New ZTE handset powered by Android 7.0 spotted on GFXBench; phone has 13MP selfie shooter

A new ZTE handset carrying the model number BV0800 was spotted today on GFXBench. As is usual with this benchmark test, we got a look at some of the phone's specs. For example, Android 7.0 will be pre-installed on the device. The 5.2-inch screen offers a 1080 x 1920 resolution, and the Snapdragon 430 chipset is under the hood. This unit contains a quad-core 1.4GHz CPU, and the Adreno 505 GPU.

Both the back and front-facing cameras weigh in at 13MP, and the unit features 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of native storage. There is no word on whether or not a microSD slot will be available. We do know that NFC is not supported.

The ZTE BV0800 appears to be a mid-range handset that will have some appeal to those who like to shoot selfies. So far, there is no word on when we might see this model unveiled. Stay tuned!

source: GFXBench via MobileKaPrice



1. Crispin_Gatieza

Posts: 3189; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Unless it's under $100, the ZMAX Pro is one solid phablet with better innards and a very capable camera. Just picked one up last week from T-Mobile for a buck-eighty and I'm very impressed with it. It's so good in fact, the missus gave up her Priv for this phone.

2. epdm2be

Posts: 830; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

I can't care for news like this anymore. The newer iterations of Android are so fugly, so ridiculously unergonomic that I couldn't give a damn for that platform anymore. The only advantage is that there are tons of apps of which you still can sideload. And it's very easy to grab an app you bought (as APK) and later re-install again on a new phone (or after a factory reset on the old phone) without resorting to the Internet. But the UI is fugly, the screens are too big, the "new" features are just fluf, the batteries STILL last one (1) day instead of one (1) week, features that we got years ago are gone in 2016, they're way too expensive.... hell, where's the true innovation?

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