For a long time, it was rumored that ZTE was working on the successor of its Axon series named “Axon 40.” And today, the officials have put all the rumors to an end by officially announcing the confirmation of the Axon 40 series existence.
This morning, ZTE officially announced that the all-new ZTE Axon 40 series will be launched on May 9. Except for the launch date, nothing more was revealed by the President. However, it has been observed that the announcement has been posted (on Weibo) using the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra model.
Previously, it was revealed that this series would consist of three models: Standard, Pro, and Ultra model, in which the top two versions are expected to feature the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset from Qualcomm, while the standard version might feature a sub-flagship level chipset.
Reports also suggested that the top-of-the-line version (ZTE Axon 40 Ultra) will feature the third-generation under-display camera. It is worth mentioning that having an under-display camera is one of the main highlights of the ZTE Axon 40 series.
Previously, the specifications of ZTE Axon 40 Pro were also revealed through the TENAA Certification, in which it was revealed that it would feature a 6.67 inches OLED Display, a triple camera (64MP, 50MP, 8MP) setup in a uniquely designed camera module, a 4900mAh larger battery and many more.
The specifications of the other two models are not revealed yet, but it is expected that the specifications of both top versions (Pro and Ultra) will be similar. In the coming days, the officials are expected to reveal major highlights of the ZTE Axon 40 series models.