ZTE soft releases the Axon 11 LTE-version
Earlier this year, ZTE released the midrange Axon 11 5 G powered by the Snapdragon 765G. The Axon 11 SE 5 G powered by MediaTek's Dimension 800 chipset was also formally introduced by ZTE this Monday, and all of these 5 G supported networks. ZTE has just released a new Axon 11 version secretly, but this time-without 5 G assistance.
The MediaTek Helio P70 will power the ZTE Axon 11 4 G but otherwise retains the same specifications as its other versions. Same quad-cameras and battery size, and display of the same size. The variances could arrive because of the Helio P70 limitations. For example, this chip will not support a higher refresh rate and Quick Charge 4 + will not be present as it is a qualcomm chipset dependent feature.
The Axon 11 4 G was listed on the website of ZTE but it does not have the complete specifications chart. It displays the same AMOLED panel with fingerprint scanner in-display, double-curved edges and the exact same measurements as the 5 G models. XDA-Developers points out the likelihood of wireless networking and differences of RAM or capacity capabilities being unavailable with the 4 G version.
Black is the only color reported on ZTE's website – meaning it may be restricted to that for the 4 G version and ZTE presumably plans to promote the model to regions where 5 G is not part of the wireless network. Otherwise, the dewdrop notch includes the same 20MP selfie camera, and the quad sensors consist of a 64MP primary camera, an ultra-wide 8MP camera, 2MP macro camera, and 2MP depth sensor.