ZTE Axon 2 pops up at TENAA packing Snapdragon 820 and 4GB RAM

A new ZTE smartphone has turned up and this time the little beast is called the ZTE Axon 2. The phone has turned up on TENAA bringing some of the specifications with a couple images of the smartphone. This isn't the first ZTE device that we have spied at TENAA this month, the ZTE Nubia X8 and X8 Mini were seen previously. The ZTE Axon 2 has significantly better specs than either of those other two devices.

TENAA lists the Axon 2 as having a 5.5-inch QHD OLED screen. The chipset running the show is a Snapdragon 820 paired with 4GB of RAM. Internal storage for the smartphone is 64GB, which isn't a lot. Thankfully, the smartphone does have a microSD card slot for storage expansion up to 128GB.

The rear camera is a 20MP unit with dual LED flash and the front camera is an 8MP unit. The smartphone has USB Type-C connectivity for charging. One thing that isn't mentioned in the TENAA listing is exactly how big the battery inside the smartphone is. We would expect at least 3000 mAh, but that bit is unconfirmed.

TENAA is much like the FCC in the US and typically, when products cross TENAA or the FCC for certifications, they are ready to hit the market. That means that we could see the Axon 2 get official at any time. We have no word on the official launch date for the price of the smartphone at this time. Another ZTE smartphone to surface recently includes the ZTE nubia Z11 with its 5-inch screen with 1080p resolution. The Z11 also has 3GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, Snapdragon 617 chipset, and a 2800 mAh internal battery. The Z11 runs nubia OS 3.9, based on Android 5.1.1.

SOURCE: Android Community