ZTE went public with two metal body smartphones

ZTE, a major Chinese smartphone manufacturer, came forward with two amazing additions to their Blade lineup. Although ZTE smartphones are sold in more than 50 countries worldwide, they are stepping inside the U.S for the first time. The new devices are named Blade V7 and V7 Lite. It is no mystery that these smartphones are really nice looking and have somewhat decent specifications under the hood.

ZTE Blade V7 features a full metal body with a 5.2 inch 1080p HD display. Under the hood, Blade V7 packs an octa-core MediaTek chip with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. Needless to say, the device will be running the Android v6.0 Marshmallow. As far as the camera of the smartphone is concerned, there’s a 13MP rear camera accompanied by quick phase-detection autofocus and dual-tone LED flash,a 5MP shooter is available on the front too. The power source of the device is a battery of 2500mAh capacity. LTE Blade V7 will be sold in Germany, Spain, South Africa, Ethiopia, and Mexico by the summer of 2016.ZTE-Blade-V7 (3)

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Moving on the the LTE Blade V7 Lite whick carries a 5 inch 720p HD display. The Lite version also features the same metallic body as its elder brother. The components packed in the nice looking body are: a quad-core MediaTek chipset, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB expandable memory. Along with 8MP front and rear cameras, the device will be offering a circular fingerprint scanner embedded inside the home button. V7 Lite will  be launched in Russia prior to availability in Mexico, Spain, Germany and Thailand by spring 2016.

Overall, the ZTE Blade V7 and V7 Lite will be available in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions. However the exact dates and eventual US availability haven’t been announced yet. To stay updated with the latest news, keep visiting out website.

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