ZTE sub-brand, nubia, announced the Z40 Pro back in February, and now ZTE is gearing up for the relaunch of the phone, this time under its own Axon series. A new phone with model number A2023H was spotted in a TENAA listing with full specs sheet and photos, confirming it is the same device with the same camera design and dimensions.
The phone, possibly called Axon 40 Pro, will run on a 3GHz CPU, most likely to be the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 which has a 2.995GHz prime core. RAM is 8/12/16 GB, while the storage comes in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB variants.
The camera resolutions listed are also same as the Z40 Pro – 64MP, 50MP and 8MP.
The display will measure 6.67” OLED, while the battery capacity is rated at 4,900mAh, which is the minimal one. This is a hint that Axon 40 Pro will have a version with magnetic charging support with a smaller battery rated at 4,600mAh just like the nubia Z40 Pro.
This isn’t the first time ZTE is relaunching the same phone under a different name like Xiaomi does. The Axon 30 Ultra was nearly identical to the nubia Z30 Pro, with minor variations size-wise.
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