Earlier this year, ZTE launched its mid-ranged phone – Axon 11 5G, which is powered by the Snapdragon 765G chipset. This Monday, the company also made official the Axon 11 SE 5G, which is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 800 chipset. Both of the phones support the 5G network. Today, the ZTE Axon 11 LTE version was quietly launched. This is a new variant of the Axon 11, but this time, with no 5G support.
ZTE Axon 11 LTE Features
The ZTE Axon 11 LTE version will be powered by MediaTek Helio P70. Apart from this, it keeps the same specs as its other variants. It has the same quad-camera setup, battery size, and the same size display. The variances might arrive due to the limitations of the Helio P70. For example, this chipset will not support a higher refresh rate, and Quick Charge 4+ will not be present since it is a feature dependent on Qualcomm chipset.
The Axon 11 LTE was listed on ZTE’s website, but it does not display the full specification details. It reveals the same AMOLED screen with an in-display fingerprint scanner, dual-curved edges, and the exact same dimensions as the 5G variants.
Black is the only color listed on ZTE’s page – so it could be limited to this for the 4G variant and the company is likely intending to sell this variant to markets where 5G is not part of the wireless infrastructure. Otherwise, there’s the same 20MP selfie camera in the dewdrop notch, and the quad-cameras consist of a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro camera, and 2MP depth sensor.