ZTE Axon 10 Pro comes to the US with a OnePlus 7 Pro-killing price


Before Huawei’s relationship with Google and key US parts suppliers was jeopardized by Trump in an attempt to negotiate a better trade deal with China, ZTE almost went out of business due to a similar ban that was actually enforced for several months last year. Since then, the company has been struggling to recover from a financial standpoint, the latest move in that direction being today’s US release of a new flagship smartphone.
This is technically not the first ZTE-made device to see daylight stateside after the aforementioned import ban …

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