ZTE Axon 7 Limited Edition Features Force Touch and 6GB RAM; is It Better than Nexus 6P?By Anita Valencia
ZTE just adds a new feature for its limited edition Axon 7. The Force Touch in the flagship will make it even more premium than its original version. However, a phone has to be compared with another device to find out if it's worth the value!
ZTE Axon 7 vs Huawei Nexus 6P: Design and build
In term of design and build, the limited edition ZTE Axon 7 has not changed a bit from its original model. Compared to the Nexus 6P, Axon 7 comes with a smaller display. The choice comes down to personal preference, whether user prefers a metal-body device with 5.5-inch device with all-metal body or a 5.7-inch tablet with aluminum chassis.
The one advantage that ZTE brings to the limited edition flagship is the Force Touch feature that lets Axon 7 has a pressure-sensitive display for users to interact more with the display, TechnoBuffalo reported.
ZTE Axon 7 vs Huawei Nexus 6P: Internal specs
Both devices run Android Marshmallow but with different experience.Nexus 6P offers Stock Android - which is a good thing for users who dislike bloatware.
ZTE equips Axon 7 with a huge 6GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage, Android Central reported. On the other hand, the Nexus 6P packs 3GB of RAM and three choices of memory: 32/64/128 GB. Apprently, user can't expand the storage in Nexus 6P whilst Axon 7 wins with its dedicated slot.
Both sport 8 MP selfie shooter but Axon 7 packs more punch with its 20 MP of rear camera compared to Nexus 6P with 12.3MP camera. In fact, Axon 7 optic can be compared with Huawei Pixel's camera as both feature OIS software. Music listeners can have better audio experience with Dolby Atmos that enhances Axon 7 speakers.
The battery in ZTE flagship, however, only comes with 3,250 mAh capacity. Huawei Nexus 6P offers more capacity with 3,450 mAh battery.
As far as the performance is concerned, Axon 7 is faster with Snapdragon 820 powering the device. For gamers and heavy users, the phone serves everything better than Nexus 6P with its 810 series and smaller RAM.