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MWC 2020 | ZTE confirms attendance, most likely to unveil (at least) the Axon 10s Pro

ZTE Axon 10s Pro coming to MWC 2020 (Source: Liliputing)
ZTE Axon 10s Pro (Source: Liliputing)
Although recent rumors claimed otherwise, it has just been confirmed that ZTE will push aside all the fears regarding the virus that is currently troubling the Chinese mainland and will attend the Mobile World Congress trade show that is scheduled to take place in Barcelona later this month.

Earlier this month, ZTE published online the official page of the next-gen flagship Axon 10s Pro, thus making it the first Qualcomm Snapdragon 865-driven handset to hit the market (kinda). Although the pricing and availability details are not out yet, these missing bits will probably be revealed at MWC 2020 later this month.

Recent rumors claimed that LG and ZTE will both miss the aforementioned trade show due to coronavirus-related concerns. Thankfully, it seems that at least one of these two big names in the smartphone world will be able to attend the event. 

For those who are concerned that ZTE employees might bring the deadly virus to MWC, the company revealed that all employees from mainland China are required to undergo 2 weeks of self-isolation and the company will ensure that everyone will be checked to have no symptoms 2 weeks before departure and arrival. All senior leaders will be isolated in Europe for at least two weeks before MWC, and all booth presentation staff will be from foreign countries, mainly from Europe.

ZTE's booth — 3F30 — will be located in Hall 3, Fira Gran Via. In addition to the Axon 10s Pro, the company is also planning to show various other 5G end-to-end solutions and devices.


ZTE Corporation (on Twitter)

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Codrut Nistor, 2020-02-11 (Update: 2020-02-11)