ZTE Blade V2 officially announced
ZTE has just announced the Blade V2, a new mid-range smartphone running Android that comes with a 64-bit processor. The ZTE Blade V2 is the direct successor to the Blade Vec 4G, a smartphone that the Chinese company launched in various markets across the globe back in November 2014. As far as the design is concerned, the ZTE Blade V2 adopts the company' traditional design language, one primarily centered around straight edges and corners.
The main highlights of the latest ZTE handset are a 5-inch display running a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels, a quad-core and 64 bit Snapdragon 410 chipset from Snapdragon, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of integrated storage space. In the camera department, the ZTE Blade V2 comes with a 13MP primary sensor, as well as a 5MP secondary camera. The 5MP front-facing camera comes with a software feature that allows the user to snap a selfie using predefined gestures. Other specs include a 2400 mAh battery, as well as 4G LTE compatibility.
At the moment, the company has yet to announce the pricing information for the Blade V2, but since this is the direct successor to the Blade Vec 4G, we're expecting to see a price tag of roughly 200 Euros. ZTE's presentation video for the new handset is in English, so we're probably going to see the smartphone reach markets outside the Asian continent.
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