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ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S photographed extensively by the FCC


The FCC is working on certifying a ZTE phone, the ZTE9047, and in the process it has published photos of the phone and even a fairly complete disassembly of the test unit, along with the user manual.



ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S (ZTE9047), photographed by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S (ZTE9047), photographed by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S (ZTE9047), photographed by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S (ZTE9047), photographed by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S (ZTE9047), photographed by the FCC lab

ZTE Axon 40 SE or Blade V40S (ZTE9047), photographed by the FCC lab

This phone will reportedly be sold as either the ZTE Axon 40 SE or the ZTE Blade V40S, depending on the region. This is not a premium device, instead it is a 4G phone with an LCD, 4,520mAh battery with 22.5W charger (both of which we’re about to see) and a hybrid nanoSIM/microSD card slot.


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 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

Now here come the disassembly photos we promised:


ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab
ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab

ZTE Axon 40 SE/Blade V40S disassembly photos by the FCC lab

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.

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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