ZTE 2020 Phone Blade 20 and Blade A5 Published by FCC listing Online
ZTE Upcoming Smartphone Blade 20 (2020) and Blade A5 (2020) Published by FCC. Which Include a Quick Start Guide and Device Dimension. ZTE going to Use a Triple Camera Square Camera Module on the Left Side of the Rear Panel.
First thing First, The camera Module is Quite Similar to Apple iPhone 11. Where Android OEMs are Using the Same Triple Camera Module in a Square module. Furthermore, This Setup is also Used in Mate 20 and Oneplus 7T But in the Middle of the Rear Panel.
The FCC posts photos the ZTE Blade 20 and Blade A5 With an user manual make the round via FCC listing
However, The Display Featuring a Waterdrop Notch Display on Packed a Selfie Sensor Inside it. The Manual Quick Guide Doesn’t Have a lot of Camera Details.
Under the Hood, We Expect it Will be Powered by MediaTek Helio Soc Because MediaTek Spotted on a Chipset inside the Phone. While it having a Rear Mounted
In this case, the Device having an LCD Display Because LED Panel Can Use to offer a Flash In-Display Fingerprint Sensor. The Display Panel Might be around 6-Inches and dimension of the Device Could be 16.5mm x 7.5mm.
To Power the Device it Equipped With a Massive 5000mAh battery using a USB Type-C Wired Connector. Moreover, It Supports an 18W Fast charger. Additionally, It having a Single Bottom Firing Speaker Grills on the Right Side of the Device.
Meanwhile, the ZTE A5 (2020) Using a Dual Camera Sensor and There is No Rear Fingerprint Sensor. Where the Device Uses a Smaller 3200mAh battery With a Maximum Charge input of 5W.
It Sport a Micro USB, 3.5mm Audio Jack and FM Radio’. Not to mention, The Device Surely Having a Standard Sensor and Connectivity. The ZTE Blade 20 Going to Support a Nano-sim, Also it Having an Expandable Dedicated MicroSD Card Slot. Unfortunately, there are no words about the launched Date and the Price of the Device.
Read Also: Redmi 8 launch date confirmed as 9 October 2019 In India.
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