Newegg has an amazing deal on both variants of the premium ZTE Axon Pro smartphone. A quick look at the retailer’s platform will reveal that the original price for the entry-level 32GB variant is listed as $249.99 while the 64GB variant is valued at $349.98.
Now, for the next six days (up until Monday 21st), you can grab yourself the 32GB variant of the ZTE Axon Pro at $219.99, meaning you get $30 off. As for the high-end variant, you have only two days to take advantage of a $100 discount, meaning you get to buy the premium phone at a mere $249.98.
There is no doubt that these are great deals for a phone that packs flagship specs that are found in the likes of Google Nexus 6P and Sony Xperia Z5, just to name but a few 2015 flagships. Still, if you feel that these prices are too high for you, Newegg has another discount that comes in form of a coupon. You’ll need to be quick with this one as it ends on Thursday, same as the promo on the 64GB variant of the Axon Pro. Before you checkout, make sure you enter the promo code 0210CLS03 and you’ll get 20% off the current price of the phone.
What does this mean? It means that the 32GB variant of the ZTE Axon Pro now sells at about $44 less, which leaves you with just $175.99 to pay. As for the high-end variant, you get up to $50 off, leaving you with a price tag of just $199.98. These are unbeatable deals for a device that is little-known, yet it carries an impressive specs sheet.
As a reminder, the ZTE Axon Pro has a 5.5-inch LCD display screen with a QHD resolution. Under the hood, you find the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC that is paired with a RAM of 4GB. As noted earlier, the base model has 32GB of storage while the high-end variant ships with 64GB. The phones are unlocked and support GSM carriers.
For the cameras, there is a 13MP+2MP dual-lens camera on the back alongside an 8MP sensor on the front. To keep it alive, ZTE Axon Pro has a 3000mAh battery that supports Quick Charge technology. Android 5.1 Lollipop powers both variants out of the box, but an update to Android Marshmallow is available – and possibly the newer Android Nougat will come along too.
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