This Mobile World Congress is filled with budget phones – from Motorola using the Moto G5 to Nokia using its first Android devices. Now ZTE is discussing two new devices in the event – the Blade V8 Small and Blade V8 Lite.
Let us begin with the Blade V8 Small (around the left of the aforementioned image), the greater effective of these two. It’s rocking a Snapdragon 435 processor, a 5″ display, a couple,800mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, along with a sd card slot. Possibly probably the most unique feature may be the back 13MP dual cameras, which ZTE claims are ideal for taking Bokeh photos and generating 3D images. There is a 2MP front shooter too.
Next may be the Blade V8 Lite, in the right of the aforementioned image. This model includes a MediaTek 6750 processor, a rather-smaller sized 2,500mAh battery, exactly the same 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal storage, along with a sd card slot. Instead of the Mini’s dual camera system, there is a normal 8MP camera around the back along with a 5MP camera for that front.
Both phones ship with Android Nougat (it had not been mentioned should they have 7. or 7.1) with ZTE’s MiFlavor 4.2 skin and employ microUSB for connectivity. There is a headphone jack on models too. ZTE states the V8 Small is going to be on purchase “in a variety of markets across Asia Off-shore and Europe,” while you may expect the V8 Lite in Italia, Germany, and The country.