The overall design is reminiscent of the Motorola Edge, and I don't say that as a compliment to either phone. Functionally, it's a joy because ZTE didn't try to cram in dozens of features that don't work correctly like some OEMs. Looking through the 30 ultra the image seem to be much darker than the same image on the axon 7 but after taking the picture the opposite happens.Next
The phone is amazing to say the least, great battery and beautiful screen, the camera quality is exceptional.
It's not a bad phone, but I'm more interested in what ZTE can bring to the US in the future.Next
One 5G band is better than none, but the lack of wireless support makes me feel like this is not a long-haul device.
And indeed, there are a lot of things to like about the Axon 30 Ultra, but don't expect Samsung levels of polish.Next
Nice I'm in the USA Georgia in fact and I have perfect bars from my T-Mobile towers so that's that.
While the software is not bad, it's not up to the standards of either OneUI or MIUI—the polish and attention to detail you'd expect from a flagship phone are missing here. The camera hump isn't as pronounced as they are on Samsung's and Xiaomi's ultra phones, but it's certainly not small. As it stands, I still like shooting with this phone more than the OP9 because of the zoom hardware.Next
To put it simply, everything looks and feels more amazing on the Axon 30 Ultra.
However, it's more than adequate.Next
From ZTE lab measurement data, actual results may vary slightly.
There are no unrealistically pumped-up colors or oversharpened edges, preserving a good amount of detail even in busy scenes.Next
The ZTE Axon 30 Ultra is exactly what it appears to be: a lower cost alternative to the big Android flagships with top-tier performance and a great screen.