Axon 30 flash sale hypes ZTE’s 2022 Black Friday event – News
ZTE announces a 2022 flash sale. (Source: ZTE)
ZTE announces a 2022 flash sale. (Source: ZTE)

ZTE has announced that its 2021 flagship Android smartphone, the Axon 30, will be offered at 50% off its normal price (or at ~US$250) during an upcoming flash sale. The limited-time, limited-stock event will take place on the OEM’s webstore, and is intended to whet the appetite for further deals and offers to become available during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday window.

With its second-gen under-display camera (or UDC) AMOLED screen, the ZTE Axon 30 is one of the most unique Snapdragon 870-powered smartphones out there. Now, those interested in seeing what having a smartphone with the same kind of concealed selfie camera as the ~US$1,800 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 for a fraction of that price might find it worth their while very soon.

ZTE invites potential buyers to get ready for the Axon 30’s “50% off” flash sale, which gives shoppers the chance to order the smartphone for just US$249.50 from its own brand’s web-store.

It is slated to last from November 16 to 17, 2022; however, as the OEM strongly hints at a limit to the stock involved, a prospective buyer might want to be ready to click right from the event’s start time of 07: 00 EST (13: 00 CET).

Those who miss out on this offer might be able to console themselves by grabbing an Axon 30 with a cable and ZTE Buds thrown in for US$309 instead during ZTE’s 2022 Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale proper.

For those who want even newer and more premium UDC tech, the Axon 40 Ultra will be also be bundled with the OEM’s LiveBuds plus a cable, starting at US$769 (as opposed to US$799 on Amazon right now) for an 8GB RAM SKU, during this event. These offers come into effect on November 28, 2022 on

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Deirdre O’Donnell, 2022-11-15 (Update: 2022-11-15)