Chinese authorities certify “cameraless” ZTE phone
Camera quality and pixel size are some of the major things people check when looking to buy a new handset but for the ZTE S3003 which was recently certified in China, there’s no need for a camera at all.
The S3003 was listed on the TEENA website featuring neither a front facing nor rear facing camera. The reason for this is still unknown although we imagine that the product could be targeted at staff in some places where camera phones are banned commodity.
According to the TEENA document, ZTE S3003 sports a 5-inch 720p TFT display which sums towards the largely common PPI score of 294. The handset is 117g heavy and comes inside a metal body with 7.4mm thickness. Powered by 1GB of RAM and a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, the handset’s inbuilt storage capacity is only 8GB but we believe there’ll be space for memory expansion using memory cards.
No launch date or pricing details has been set aside for the ZTE S3003 (at least not publicly) but we’ll keep you informed when there are changes. With all that being said, are there any restrictions on camera phones in your workplace? Is there any excuse for you to buy a smartphone void of camera sensors?
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