ZTE Axon Mini with Force Touch spotted in TENAA: Launch imminent

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    It's highly probable that you have heard of this new spin off company called Axon. The new brand rose to fame with their dual camera and force touch devices they unveiled in USA. Apparently ZTE Axon Mini is leading the race of winning away with the crown of becoming the first smartphone with the Force Touch technology.

    ZTE Axon Mini with Force Touch spotted in TENAA: Launch imminent

    According to a report by Gizchina, the ZTE Axon Mini made an appearance in TENAA. Sporting a 5.2 inch Full HD (1920x1080) resolution display with Force Touch, the device is tipped to be unveiled at IFA, Berlin. There are two other devices with Force Touch display lined up for launch in the next few weeks - iPhone 6s and Mate S.

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    Hence the big question still remains! Will ZTE Axon be the first device to be launched with Force Touch at IFA? Apparently the competition is mainly between Huawei and ZTE for the spot. The Cupertino giant is tipped to launch their iPhone at a separate event in 9th of September, where the Huawei Mate S is lined up for the 3rd! The ZTE has to fit in somewhere earlier. Maybe the 2nd?

    ZTE Axon Mini with Force Touch spotted in TENAA: Launch imminent

    Under the hood of the Axon is an octacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 SoC clocked at 1.5GHz coupled with a 3GB of RAM. The TENAA has also leaked the dimension of the device which reads at 143.5 70 x 7.9 mm. The front and rear cameras of the device are 8MP each. The storage is 16GB with an option for MicroSD expansion upto 128GB.As expected the device comes with a metal build and a fingerprint sensor on the back.


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