Saturday , December 15 2018 Ausdroid » News » ZTE Axon Mini shows up on the Officeworks website – currently only available in store

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ZTE has launched its high end smartphones, the Axon 7 and the Axon Mini, with the latter now showing up on the Officeworks website for $349.

The Axon Mini is, as the name suggests, a smaller version of the original Axon smartphone, launched last year, which sadly wasn’t released here in our market. I have to say just looking at the picture of the device and it does look quite beautiful and very cool. Here is a full list of specs the Axon Mini is packing:

Key Specifications:ZTE Axon mini
Release dateNovember 2016
Screen size5.2-inch
Screen technologyAMOLED
Resolution1,920 x 1,080
PPI424
Rear camera13MP
Front camera8MP
ChipsetQualcomm MSM8939
Core config1.5GHz x 8
RAM3GB
Storage32GB
MicroSDYes, up to 32GB
Battery2,800 mAh
Battery removable
ConnectorMicroUSB
Headphone PortYes
Headphone LocationTop
Speaker ConfigurationFront
NFC
Android OSAndroid 5.1.1
Vendor skin
Dimensions143 x 72 x 8mm
Weight139g
ColoursSilver

The ZTE Axon Mini is available exclusively through Officeworks, though weirdly enough, the Axon Mini isn’t available to purchase online – yet. Having contacted a couple of Officeworks stores here in Western Sydney, we’ve found that those stores only have a couple of the devices available so you might want to contact your local Officeworks stores to see if they have any stock. 

The ZTE Axon Mini (2015) smartphone is available for $349.

Source: Officeworks - ZTE Axon Mini.
Via: ZTE Mobiles Australia.

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Search just now reveals a price of $297…

Palo Verde
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Any NFC for google pay in 2016?
On the one hand we are encouraged to use Google Pay even Samsung Gear S2 and S3 now supports Samsung Pay yet most handset released this year purposely do not come with NFC unless you pay a thousand dollars.

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I see we are using McDonalds sizes. 5.2″ is the mini size o.O.

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Good Morning – is there any information if this can be upgraded / has been upgraded to Android 6.0 or 7.0 at all?

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There don’t appear to be any specs showing??

Chris
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Their. And yes, they’re showing. You might not be able to see them in the Ausdroid app, but on the web/mobile web they show up.

Jay
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Jay

I blame autocorrect! =) Was viewing from Chrome on mobile but I can see them now. Cheers

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