ZTE Axon 60 Lite

ZTE Axon 60 debuts with UNISOC T616 Mobile Processor

ZTE Axon 60 is the most iPhone-looking device available in the market right now. The device provides decent specifications, affordable prices and a unique design. It comes with a UNISOC T616 processor, 6GB RAM, 256GB device storage, a 6.72-inch LCD screen, a 32MP front camera, triple rear cameras, a 5000mAh battery and much more.

Release Highlights

  • The ZTE Axon 60 comes with UNISOC T616 mobile processing platform
  • It has 6GB RAM and 256GB device storage
  • The phone has a 6.72-inch LCD screen with an Apple-like dynamic island
  • It has a 32MP front camera and triple cameras on the back
  • The device has a 5000mAh battery which supports 22.5W fast charging

Display & Storage

The ZTE Axon 60 comes with a 6.72-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080. It also has the iconic Dynamic Island like the iPhone. The phone has a thickness of 8.2mm, retains the 3.5mm headphone port, and side fingerprint recognition and is equipped with Android 13. It comes in various colours for users to choose from

  • Gold
  • Black 
  • Purple
ZTE Axon 60

Processor & Storage of the ZTE Axon 60

The ZTE Axon 60 gets its processing power from the Unisoc T616 mobile processing platform. It has 6GB RAM and 256GB device storage.

Camera

The front camera of the ZTE Axon 60 is 32MP. On the rear side, it has triple cameras for optimal photos and videos. The primary lens is 50MP, with a 2MP 4cm macro lens and an undisclosed depth of field lens.

Battery

The ZTE Axon 60 is powered by a 5000mAh battery which supports 22.5W fast charging for better battery timing.

ZTE Axon 60

Price & Availability

The ZTE Axon 60 has been officially released in China and will soon be available in other parts of the world. It comes in only one variant to keep things single for consumers

  • The 6 + 256GB is priced at 1570 yuan ($218)

The phone seems like a good option at a decent price, with Live Island for added user experience. Do you think it is the best-looking device in the market?

Source (Weibo, in Chinese)