With up to 18GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, ZTE unveiled the Axon 40 Ultra Space Edition.

 ZTE announced a Space version of the Axon 40 Ultra, which has more memory than you would know what to do with. This was to be anticipated. Additionally, it is built better than the already expensive original.

You may choose between two ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Space Edition memory capacities: a model with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage and a top-of-the-line variant with 18GB RAM and 1TB of storage. This publication is a sequel to one released the previous year and was based on the Axon 30 Ultra.

The design differs somewhat from the standard Ultra, as you can see. A ceramic-based replacement for the old rear panel has been installed. Also revised by ZTE is the camera bump, which now seamlessly blends into the back rather than standing out as a discrete island. The ceramic was made in a unique mould to provide a unique surface texture.

Here is a reminder of how the original Axon 40 Ultra appears:

With up to 18GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, ZTE unveiled the Axon 40 Ultra Space Edition.

The specialized security chip in the Space Edition was created by ZTE, much like the ordinary Ultra. The business claims that it has three important international security and privacy certifications and has passed national commercial encryption testing.

The phone resembles the ordinary Ultra in most respects. This denotes a 6.8" AMOLED 120Hz screen with a 16MP camera hidden behind it. There is a 5,000mAh battery and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU within, but charging power has been increased from 65W to 80W. Three 64MP sensors make up the camera system on the back: one wide-angle (35mm lens), one ultra-wide (16mm lens), and one periscope sensor (91mm).

In China, the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Space Edition is now available for pre-order; deliveries will begin on December 6. The 18GB/1TB devices will be CNY 7,700 ($1,075/€1,035/88,000), while the 12GB/512GB variant will cost CNY 5,900 ($825/€795/$67,000). A custom box and a protective cover are included with the limited-edition phone (which fits the new shape of the camera bump).

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