ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition Now Available, With Up to 18GB RAM, 1TB Storage, and Independent Security Chip

ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition Now Available: ZTE has, as was widely anticipated, released the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition. The company’s newest smartphone features artwork honouring China’s manned spaceflight.

If you didn’t know, is it the only country outside Russia and the US to have accomplished this? When it comes to the phone itself, it’s essentially identical to the gold standard. When compared to the ZTE Yuanhang 40 Pro Plus Starry Sky Edition, it has a similar front but a different back design.

ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition
ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition

Furthermore, it has just two memory configurations as opposed to four and is housed in a separate chip. Ceramic is used for the back of the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition. Nano-casting moulding, an integrated technique, is used to create this panel.

The handset’s back features a pair of cameras flanked by two ridgelines. Those resemble the angular shapes of a spaceship. ZTE claims that the design was influenced by the movement of light and shadow over time and space.

In addition, there is a separate security chip built within the gadget. Unfortunately, there is a lack of data on the topic. The chipset is probably quite similar to the Titan M series security chips used in Google Pixels.

There are two RAM and storage configurations available for the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Aerospace Edition: 12GB + 512GB and 18GB + 1TB. Both are available for the low, low price of $5,898 (about $824) and high, a high price of $7,698 ($1,075).

You can also get a smartphone with 1TB of storage if you go with the standard model. But the RAM on that variant is capped at 16GB. You can now pre-order the limited edition ZTE premium smartphone. The product will be available for purchase beginning on December 6.

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