ZTE launches mid-range Blade V8 series at MWC 2017
We were not just going to breeze through the MWC for this year and not complain about not seeing ZTE, and even though they have not brought any flagships for us, they have a list of welcome midrange offerings too. For this year, they have decided to bless the market with a Blade V8 Mini and Blade V8 Lite.
For those that love to take pictures, the Blade V8 Mini has been advertised as the thing to get, all thanks to the dual camera setup on the back with sensors rated at 13MP + 2MP sensors. The selfie camera is as no slouch as it measures a modest 5MP. On the 5-inch screen ins a 720p technology and under this is found the QUALCOMM snapdragon 435 chipsets, coupled with 2GB of RRAM and an internal storage space of 16GB which can be expanded with a microSD card slot on board.
With a 4800mAh battery, the Nougat comes preloaded on this unit.
Then and again, there is the Blade V8 Lite which also carries 5 inch of 720p screen. This one takes its chipsets from one of MediaTek’s offerings, and it merges 2GB of RAM to 16GB of storage. Oh, there’s also the option of a microSD card slot, should you want it.
Instead of a nice dual camera setup on the back, this one just has a single 8MP unit and the same 5MP on the front. With Nougat, too, the battery here is instead 2500mAh.
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