Although companies like Huawei and OnePlus may be earning more headlines for their cost-conscious, powerful devices, there is still a lot to be said for fellow Chinese manufacturer, ZTE. Its Axon 7 is an already impressive device, but this week it has announced some fairly significant upgrades which have been added to it.
Crucially, the onboard storage has been bumped up to 128GB, which is more than enough for tens of thousands of photos, videos, music files and apps to sit comfortably onboard. There is also more RAM, with 6GB included rather than the 4GB that came with the original edition of this handset.
With a 5.5 inch display that packs a QHD resolution and a stylish alloy frame, the Axon 7 is a good looking, powerful device which can give high end handsets a run for their money. The Snapdragon 820 chipset may no longer be at the cutting edge, but it is more than adequately powerful here.
The Axon 7 even goes one better than the OnePlus 3T by including a microSD card slot, meaning there are no storage constraints here, freeing up users to add extra space if they need it.