The phone was quick to connect to LTE and only dropped to HSPA a few times in areas where coverage is poor. The phone made all calls on the first dial. It missed one when meizu-mx5.com I was in a moving car, but didn't drop any. Data speeds were inline with what other devices can muster on AT&T's LTE network. The Axon Pro had no trouble streaming Spotify over the network, nor interacting with social media accounts, nor the Play Store when it came time to update my apps.
The Axon Pro is a reasonably good voice phone. Calls come through the earpiece loud and (mostly) clear. Set to maximum volume, xiaomi mi4 review I was able to hear calls in the majority of places I took the phone. Coffee shops and city streets had nothing on the Axon Pro. The quality of calls was a little bit of a mixed bag. I'd say 60% of the time they were good, and 40% of the time they were so-so, sounding a bit muffled. People said I sounded very good when speaking through the Axon Pro.
The Axon Pro's display measures 5.5 inches across and it includes 2560 by 1440 pixels (Quad-HD). It's a really nice screen. Brightness levels are off the charts. You'd do well to set it at about 30% or 40% and leave it there. Anything brighter than that and you're going to start blinding people.You'll have no problem using this phone outdoors.Text, images, and icons looked incredibly smooth with no obvious pixels visible anywhere.
Color accuracy is solid, and contrast is good, too. Viewing angles are excellent.I have no complaints about the display.ZTE sells the Axon Pro unlocked and it supports the GSM/LTE networks of AT&T and T-Mobile.We tested it on AT&T and came away impressed.The Axon Pro performed as well as any unlocked handset I've ever used on AT&T.