- Axon 30 will be launched globally on September 9th, priced at 499 US dollars, 499 euros or 429 pounds.
- This phone is the cheaper mainstream version of Axon 30 Ultra and Pro.
- Some features include a 6.92-inch, 120Hz OLED display and a 64-megapixel main camera.
ZTE’s Axon 30 will be on sale globally on September 9, starting at 499 US dollars, 499 euros or 429 pounds, depending on the market. According to reports, this price will provide buyers with a version with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. PokemonPay 599 US dollars, 599 euros or 519 pounds to increase these specifications to 12GB and 256GB respectively.
All models of this phone are equipped with a 6.92-inch 120Hz OLED display, a Snapdragon 870G processor and a microSDXC card slot. The camera includes a 64-megapixel wide unit, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide unit and a 5-megapixel macro camera, as well as a 16-megapixel under-screen selfie.
Axon 30 should not be confused with Axon 30 Ultra or Pro, both of which are already on the market. Ultra has upgrades such as 144Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 888 chip and four rear cameras, and can handle everything from ultra-wide-angle lenses to 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom.
Axon 30 was shipped in ZTE’s domestic Chinese market in early August, excluding Hong Kong and Macau. Despite some obvious gaps, this phone will soon be available on five continents. For example, its North American version does not include Mexico, nor does it mention Australia or New Zealand.