ZTE appeared on TENNA With an Internal model number V1050. Where the Device is Quite Similar to Recently Launched Blade A7s With a Rear Mounted Fingerprint Sensor With a Starting Price of ~$113.
Which Comes with a 6.088-Inch Display With a 1560×720 Pixel Resolution With a Notch on top of Display. Under the Hood, Chispet Paired With 4GB of Ram and 64GB of Onboard Storage.
Which you can Expand Further up to 512GB of Maximum Storage. Where the Device Equipped With a 4870mAh battery or Might be 5000mAh battery Using an 18W Fast charger.
Blade 20 Will Sport a Squar Camera Module Placed on the Top-Left Side of the Rear Panel. Where the Device Housing a 16MP Primary Sensor + 8MP Ultra-Wide Lene + 2MP Depth Sensor. While the Front is an 5MP Selfie Shooter.
This Device also Packed With a Rear Mounted Fingerprint Sensor alongside a Dedicated MicroSD Card and SIM Tray on the Right Side of the Device.
Some Report also Report, THe Device Will Feature an USB Type-C Port. On the Software front, It Run on Android 9.0 Pie-based ZTE’s MiFavour UI Out of the Box. The Dimension of the Devie Measured as 155 x 72.7 x 8.95 millimetres and weight 64 grams.
We Can Expect the Devie possibility launched on October 17, We Believe the Device Will Initially Comes in Black and Peacock blue Color variant. For Sensor, It having a Distance, Light and Gravity Sensor and Support Wi-Fi, Hotspot and GPU for Connectivity Front.
Read Also: Samsung Galaxy S11+ Design Patent Revealed With Triple Selfie Camera
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