The Daydream VR supporting ZTE Axon 7 was unveiled just yesterday, and while the hardware specifications were listed down for all and sundry to check out, there was no particular or specific word that referred to the handset’s asking price. Hence, it still remained as a mystery – at least until now, a day later after the official announcement of the smartphone. Apparently, there has been a report from ZTE’s home country, China, citing that the ZTE Axon 7 will retail for $449 a pop over in the US, while it will cost €409 across the pond. Both of these prices are meant for unlocked devices, no doubt.
At that asking price, consumers will end up with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory to play around with. For those who would not settle for anything but the best can always pick up the model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory, although the pricing structure for said version has yet to be set in concrete.
It does seem that the high end model of the ZTE Axon 7 will sport some kind of 3D Touch-like functionality, courtesy of its pressure-sensitive display. Ah well, it would be a matter of time before all and sundry gets revealed, so sit back and relax.