ZTE's Axon 7 gets updated to Android 7.1.1 in the US

ZTE's Axon 7 was a summer surprise, boasting quite an impressive spec sheet along with a fairly handsome design. Not only did the handset turn heads with its looks, but it also swooned consumers with its reasonable price of $399.99. Although the device launched with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, it now appears the firm is delivering a new update in the form of Android 7.1.1 for those in the US.

Last month, ZTE was able to update the Axon 7 to Android 7.0 Nougat like a lot of other manufacturers and their respective handsets. However, this month, the company is upping the ante by delivering Android 7.1.1. In addition to the update, the device will also receive the Google's February security patch and will now support T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling.

Furthermore, the handset will also gain some optimizations when it comes to overall performance and Daydream functionality. If located in the US, the update can be accessed by heading to the settings menu and clicking 'System Update'.

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