The ZTE Axon 10 Pro's bang-for-the-buck features sweetened with a great Black Friday deal
- Axon 10 Pro (8GB) plus a free case $449.98 ($115 savings)
- Axon 10 Pro (12GB) plus a free case $499.98 ($115 savings)
Key Axon 10 Pro selling pointsSD 855 | 256 GB | 4000 mAh | 3X zoom | $550
Slim and light body
Stereo speakers, in-display finger scanner, microSD card slot, and... an official case in the box
Great battery life
A hearty 4000mAh battery powering a 1080p OLED display? We'd take this battery life-friendly combo any day over QHD panels that drain the battery in no time for a negligible difference in perception.
Versatile camera kit
3x optical, wide, and 48MP for pixel-binning should suffice
Dual cameras are great, but if you want to really be a formidable player that eats flagships for breakfast, you need at least a triple camera system! Well, the Axon 10 Pro comes with exactly that. Starting at the front, there’s a 20MP AI Portrait selfie camera that’s still discrete with the subtle teardrop notch it's housed in.
The more impressive kit, however, is found with the phone’s rear triple cameras – breaking down to a main 48MP camera with an f/1.7 lens, accompanied by an 8MP telephoto lens (3x optical) and a 20MP 125-degree wide-angle camera.
Top-shelf processing power and loads of memory
Hekkin' 12 gigs and 855 for sub-$600!
Besides the 4000 mAh battery and fast wireless charging, the ZTE Axon 10 Pro has all the trimmings of today’s flagship. There’s no compromise over on the processing side as well, as it’s powered by Qualcomm’s top-end Snapdragon 855 chipset along with 8GB or 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of internal storage. That's freakin' 12 gigs for under $600, folks!
Clean, Stock+ Android experience with timely updates
Fast, versatile interface with live wallpapers for added pizzazz
ZTE went with near-stock Android, adding only a few touches to make your life with the handset easier. What does that mean? You guessed it - fluid performance and timely Android updates, as soon as the new version is out over at Google's HQ.
Did we mention you get all that at sub-$500 with extended US warranty and gifts on top?
If we haven't mentioned that this phone starts from $550 at 256GB storage, now we have, and if you are wondering what to do with the other fifty bucks that would take the price to $600, there is a screen damage cover at that tag for a whole year. In addition, the new Black Friday deal knocks another Benjamin off the price, arriving at $450 - unheard of for a phone with that much storage and Qualcomm's top-shelf chipset.