With no clear successor on the horizon, ZTE Axon 7 is no longer being manufactured

Typically when a device reaches its end-of-life point, we either already have a successor announced, or even already have it on the market. However, well over a year after its initial debut, the ZTE Axon 7 has been out of stock for months with nothing in the pipeline (that we know of), and now the company has seemingly confirmed it’s no longer making the phone.


ZTE Axon M hands-on: the dual-screen foldable phone, take two [Video]

When ZTE unveiled its new foldable phone, the Axon M, yesterday at Duggal Greenhouse, it made some pretty grandiose claims, saying that it was “creating a new smartphone category.”

That didn’t seem entirely true to us, as we’ve seen a few similar phones in the past like the Kyocera Echo, but this latest attempt seems to be the most refined take yet on a niche design.


ZTE Axon 7 picks up Android 7.1.1 with Wi-Fi calling on T-Mobile and February security patch

Following its upgrade from Marshmallow to Nougat last month, ZTE is today making a slightly newer version of Android available to Axon 7 owners ─ 7.1.1. While it’s no major update, 7.1.1 brings along some welcome changes for the device, as well as bringing updated security patch levels to the phone.


ZTE Axon Multy: A dual-screen Android phone that’s reportedly coming this October for $650

One trend that’s been consistent this year is the use of tall, narrow displays with minimal bezels. Devices like the LG V30, Note 8, and Essential Phone are prime examples, but one device that’s apparently foregoing this trend and opting for something different is the ZTE Axon Multy.


ZTE is working to bring an official CyanogenMod ROM to the Axon 7

ZTE’s Axon 7 has become a hit that no one really expected, even though we probably should have. With flagship specs, a premium all-metal design, and a price tag under 0, the Axon 7 is a great device. One thing not everyone is a fan of though is its software.

Since there is a variant of the Axon 7 on the market with an unlocked bootloader, ROM development has been pretty strong for the phone. However, things are about to be pushed forward even further with ZTE revealing that it’s working on an official CyanogenMod ROM for the device along with the Cyanogen team themselves…


ZTE Axon 7 Mini officially announced w/ 5.2-inch display, 3GB RAM, coming this month

Update: We’ve updated this article with our hands-on video from IFA. Watch it below.

After the success of the ZTE Axon 7, ZTE is back with a new, slightly smaller and more affordable Android smartphone. The new ZTE Axon 7 Mini takes all of the best aspects of its older brother while cutting down just a bit to be an even more affordable unlocked option.


TENAA listing shows ZTE is about to launch another high-performance Android phone, AXON 2 incoming?

Last year, ZTE surprised us a little when it launched its Axon smartphone series. The Axon Pro, in particular, punched above its price point with a spec list that could make any tech fan’s eyes water (with tears of joy, naturally). It was one of the first devices to come with 4GB RAM, it had a QHD screen and was powered by the Snapdragon 810 processor. This year, it seems ZTE is going to refresh the range with a more premium look.


Android Nougat is now available for the ZTE Axon 7 w/ Daydream VR in tow

ZTE’s Axon 7 was one of the most popular “affordable flagships” of 2016, and for good reason. Packing top of the line specs, premium hardware, and useful features into a price tag under 0 was nothing short of impressive. However, ZTE has been just a little slow in updating the device. Now, the company has finally released Android Nougat for the Axon 7.


ZTE Axon 7 goes official with up to 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 820 chip and 2K screen, costs just $450

ZTE has just unveiled the next phone in its series of high performance, affordable, flagship-beating smartphones; the ZTE Axon 7. Like last year’s Axon, this year’s model seeks to offer a competitive experience at a price which undercuts similar smartphones from big-name manufacturers, and it might succeed at just 0 USD.


9to5Toys Lunch Break: LG G4 Stylus (unlocked) $235, ZTE Axon Pro (unlocked) $320, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals:


LG G4 Stylus brand new 8GB (unlocked): 5 shipped (Reg. 0) | eBay


ZTE Axon Pro factory unlocked in Phthalo Blue: 0 shipped (Reg. 0) | Amazon

Nexus 5

New LG/Google Nexus 5 (unlocked): 5 shipped (Reg. 0) | eBay


LG G Watch Android Wear refurb: shipped (Reg. 0) | BuyDig


Dell Venue 8 7000 Series 8.4″ Intel Atom 16GB Black: 0 shipped (Reg. 0) | eBay


Giveaway: Polk Audio’s Omni Whole Home Music System – Soundbar w/ subwoofer and S2 Speaker (0 value)

More new gear from today:


Headphones: Audio-Technica Over-Ears 0 (Orig. 0), URGE Basics Bluetooth Earbuds (Reg. ), more

More deals still alive:


Logitech K480 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard (refurb) shipped (Orig. )

New products & more:


GE’s new smart LED lightbulbs tell your brain when it’s time for bed


This life-size R2-D2 refrigerator carries your beer to you…for a price