ZTE Axon 11 5G: A 5G smartphone like many others

Offers a solid level of system performance : The ZTE Axon 11 5G
Offers a solid level of system performance : The ZTE Axon 11 5G
The ZTE Axon 11 5G is another 5G smartphone that is coming to market. Hardware-wise, it does not offer anything special, which is why prospective buyers should pay attention to the design.
Mike Wobker (translated by Stanislav Kokhanyuk), 🇩🇪 🇮🇹

The build quality of the Axon 11 5G is on a good level. The ZTE smartphone feels premium and is lighter than other comparable smartphones. Despite its curved display, the Axon 11 5G feels very rigid, thanks in large part to its metal frame. The touchscreen is also pleasant to use, because of its smooth surface.

The ZTE Axon 11 5G looks different from the competition. However, it still offers very similar hardware. Most 5G smartphone in the 500-to-600-Euro price range feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G. The same can be said of the Adreno 620 graphics unit, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. Only devices like the OnePlus Nord offer more RAM and storage space.

This is why the Axon 11 5G offers a middling level of performance. However, this should not be interpreted in a negative sense. The ZTE Axon 11 5G offers the same level of performance as other smartphones with the same hardware. That being said, the Axon 11 5G has an elevated energy consumption, which is why it offers shorter battery runtimes. It can last 11 hours, which is not bad. Howbeit, other smartphones that have batteries with the same capacity can last longer.

Read our extensive review to learn what else the ZTE Axon 11 5G has to offer.


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Mike Wobker, 2020-10-17 (Update: 2020-10-15)
Mike Wobker
Editor of the original article: Mike Wobker - Editor - @mornoc_mw - 363 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2017
I made my first IT walking attempts on a 386 with 4 MB of RAM. After that followed various PCs and notebooks, which I looked after and repaired in my circle of friends and acquaintances. After an apprenticeship as a telecommunications systems engineer and several years of professional experience, I graduated with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering. Today I live out my fascination for IT, technology and mobile devices by writing test reports. In my free time I like to devote myself to vegan cooking and spend time with my family, which includes a whole range of animal roommates.
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