If you said the phone on the right is the Axon 7 Mini, you're right.
With just 0.3-inch size difference between both phone screens (measured diagonally), the Mini still has a pretty large display.
But it's a cheaper phone, and uses different, less expensive parts to get to that lower price.
Take the camera: It has a 16-megapixel lens versus the Axon 7's 20-megapixel shooter.
Like the Axon 7, the Mini has a fingerprint reader and support for NFC so you can use Android Pay.
There are two speaker grilles, too, which helps make audio sound louder and richer.
And it shares the Axon 7's 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
This dual-carriage tray can hold a SIM card and a microSD card or side-by-side SIM cards.
Here's a closer look.
This particular animated transition makes the home screens look like they're spinning on a branched stand.
This optional feature pops up shortcuts from a button that stays put across your screens.
You can toggle the higher-fidelity Dolby audio software on and off in the pull-down menu.
Enjoy some more shots of the ZTE Axon 7 Mini.