The FCC has taken numerous photos of the ZTE Axon 40 SE or the Blade V40S

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22.5W charger for the 4,520mAh battery and a USB A to C cable 22.5W charger for the 4,520mAh battery and a USB A to C cable 22.5W . A few more things that we know about the phone. There is a photo of a pair of 3.5mm headphones in the FCC docs, but there is no 3.5mm jack to plug them into. Based on the manual, you’re supposed to use USB-C wired headphones.

The ZTE9047 phone is being certified by the FCC, and as part of the process, the FCC has made the user manual, photographs, and even a rather thorough disassembly of the test unit available online. ZTE Axon (ZTE9047), as seen in the FCC lab’s photos According to reports, depending on the market, this phone will either be marketed as the ZTE Axon 40 SE or the ZTE Blade V40S. This is a 4G phone, not a high-end model; it has an LCD, a 4,520mAh battery with a 22.5W charger, which we’ll see in a moment, and a hybrid nanoSIM/microSD card slot.

Highlights

  • ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S photographed extensively by the FCC. The phone supports 4G, dual-band Wi-Fi 5 (ac) and Bluetooth. It was running MyOS 12.0, which is ZTE’s customized version of Android 12. There is no indication of when the ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S will be made official yet.

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