ZTE today introduced its next smartphone, the Axon 7 Mini, which is a smaller and lesser powered take on the flagship Axon 7.
What’s the difference between the two? For starters, the screen size goes from 5.5-inches at quad HD resolution down to 5.2-inches at 1080 pixels. Internal hardware changes from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 to a Snapdragon 617; memory in the Axon 7 Mini is 3GB as opposed to 4GB in the standard bearer.
Other changes include swapping out the 20-megapixel rear camera and 3,250mAh battery in favor of a 16-megapixel shooter and 2,750mAh power supply.
Like the Axon 7, the Axon 7 Mini features an aluminum unibody chassis with 2.5D glass. Moreover, the rear also offers up a fingerprint sensor and the Dolby Stereo speakers are along present. Rounding things out are the USB-C port with Quick Charging, dual-SIM support, and two color options: silver and gold.
The Axon 7 Mini launches at the end of September in Russia, Germany, Spain, Poland, Japan, Australia, India, Saudi Arabia and USA and will carry a price tag of $299 Euros.