You can now buy the ZTE Axon Pro from ZTE’s own online shop, or if you’d prefer, you can also get it from Amazon, Newegg, and eBay. The Axon Pro is available in Phthalo Blue, Ion Gold, and Chromium Silver color options, but no matter which hue you choose, you’ll pony up $449.98 for the device. Here’s what you’ll get in exchange for your hard-earned dollars:
There are two other goodies included with the Axon Pro that are worth noting. The first is a set of JBL E-13 headphones, which normally cost $50, and the second is the Axon Passport two-year warranty. The Axon Passport protects against defects and includes a Premium Protection Plan that covers things like drops, “minimal liquid exposure,” and more. If you need to replace your Axon Pro with the protection plan, you only need to pony up a $79.99 deductible.
ZTE isn’t typically associated with competitive, flagship Android phones in the US, but the company is hoping to change that with the Axon Pro. So far it look like a pretty nice Android handset that’s competitive with similar affordable flagships like the upcoming Moto X Style/Pure Edition and OnePlus 2. And because the Axon Pro includes wide LTE support, it’ll play nicely with both AT&T and T-Mobile in the US.
Now that it’s available, are any of you going to pull the trigger on a ZTE Axon Pro?