During the event held at the Mobile World Congress, ZTE has unveiled two new smartphones7 Blade and Blade 7 Lite, accompanied by tablet/projector, based on Android, Spro Plus.
ZTE Blade 7 is a smartphone with metal housing and processor based 64-bit 1.3 GHz octa core MT6753 from MediaTek, 2.5 D 5.2 “FullHD display, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory expandable, main camera from 13 MegaPixel camera with Phase Detection Autofocus, 5 MegaPixel front and 2500 mAh battery. The OS is Android 6.0 Marshmallow and lacks support for LTE networks and Smart Sense technology Times, besides the gesture. Blade 7 will come in Germany, Spain, Ethiopia, South Africa and Mexico during the summer of 2016.
We then go to Blade 7 Lite, which echoes the design of his older brother and proposes a smaller device with a 5 “HD 720 p with glass 2.5 D, processor MediaTek MT6735P 1.3 GHz quad core, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory expandable, photographic form by 8 MegaPixel camera and LED flash for both the camera back that front (fixed focus this). Also in this case we find Android 4 g LTE networks 6.0 and its support to Marshmallows, plus a 2500 mAh battery. His debut will be in Russia and later will be available in Mexico, Spain, Germany, Thailand by spring 2016 according to Computerannals.
ZTE concluded by presenting a particular device — Spro Plus. Although it may seem an Android tablet, the company markets as Android-based projector, again 6.0 Marshmallow.The other specifications include a 8.4 “AMOLED with resolution QHD 2560 by 1600, 801 Snapdragon processor, WiFi only, or Snapdragon 625 in configuration 3 GB of RAM, LTE, 32or 128 GB of internal memory expandable, drums by ben 12100 mAh. Extremely interesting sounds with two speaker Dolby from 4W Harman Sound. The projector from 500lm WXGA 1 laser technology 1.4: that gives you an image the size of 80 ” with a minimum of 2.4 metres. Its marketing is expected during the summer of 2016.
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