ZTE smartphone achieves close to 2Gbps speed in 5G speed test

ZTE Axon 10 Pro
The Chinese Telecom giant ZTE is more famous for its telecom networks than its mobile phones. The company has a stake in the Chinese government. This is the reason why many countries like the US, Australia have banned the purchase of mobile devices from ZTE owing to security concerns.

 

ZTE 5G Speed test

 

In India, ZTE has been present in enterprise business for more than a decade now. The company has also forayed into handset business a few years back. There are some 5-6 available models from ZTE which goes under their ZTE Blade branding. Since the forte of the company is into Telecom networks as its main business, it seems ZTE is heavily focussing on the upcoming rollout of 5G networks across the world.

Keeping the tab on both of the lines of business, the company has also showcased its first 5G flagship handset at Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC 19) held at Barcelona earlier this year. The brand is launched as ZTE Axon 10 Pro. The launch created a good hype during the event as it was amongst a few 5G smartphones that were launched at the event.

The launch created a good hype during the event as it was amongst few 5G launches.

What did Axon Pro 10 5G speed tests reveal?

With the power of 5G networks under its belt, the 5G speed test for Axon 10 Pro is out. We at Indiashopps, have got a video from our sources for the test. It shows that the smartphone achieved a jaw-dropping speed of close to 2Gbps which has been unheard of till now.

The speed of 2Gbps is never heard of till now. Even if the tests were done under ideal conditions and in real-world 5G speeds would come down to some 1.2Gbps, then again this itself is awesome. Even if the tests were done under ideal conditions and in the real-world 5G environment, the speeds would come down to around 1.2Gbps, then again this itself is awesome.

It will open myriad options for media streaming and online gaming. The 4K videos will be pretty normal standard and there will never be a case of buffering. Till we get power in our own hands, enjoy the thrilling short video of speed test showing 2Gbps.

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