ZTE Blade V2 is a 64-bit affordable smartphone that's good for selfies

ZTE Blade V2 is a 64-bit affordable smartphone that's good for selfies
ZTE has a new 64-bit smartphone that's been included in the company's Blade series (and this time it's not an iPhone 6 wannabe). Called ZTE Blade V2, the new handset won't impress anyone with its specs and design - that's why we're expecting it to be very affordable.

It seems that the Blade V2 is an improved version of the Blade Vec 4G that was released last year. The most significant improvements include the presence of a quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor (instead of the Snapdragon 400 that's powering the older handset), and a 5 MP front-facing camera that lets you take selfies using gesture controls. There's also a slightly larger battery: 2400 mAh, instead of the 2300 mAh one of the Blade Vec 4G.

Running Android KitKat, the ZTE Blade V2 sports a 5-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels. Furthermore, it features LTE connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of internal memory.

ZTE didn't say when and where the Blade V2 will be launched. However, since the promo video that presents it - embedded below - is in English, we assume the handset will be available internationally.

via: Blog of Mobile (translated)


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