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ZTE's Axon 7 Gains a Security Patch

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Jan 29, 2018, 8:29 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

ZTE has pushed a maintenance release to its aging Axon 7 flagship handset device in order to patch up the phone's security. Primarily, the update applies Google's security fixes through the December 2017 patch. The security maintenance release also adds Hiya v6.3.3 for improved call blocking and protection, and installs a wide range of other performance tweaks and bug fixes. The release was made available over the weekend and should reach all Axon 7 devices in the weeks ahead. ZTE first debuted the Axon 7 during the summer of 2016. Though ZTE brought the foldable Axon M to market in 2017, the company did not release a follow-up flagship to replace the Axon 7. ZTE is expected to make some announcements at the Mobile World Congress trade show scheduled to take place next month in Barcelona.

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Mark_S

Jan 29, 2018, 8:36 PM

Axon 7

I have had this phone since its original release.
Underrated.
I hope the Axon 8 follows suit.
ZTE's flagship line is a definite contender. 👍
 
 
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