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Unannounced ZTE Blade A0722 receives WiFi certification

Unannounced ZTE Blade A0722 receives WiFi certification

Currently, unannounced ZTE Blade A0722 received certification from TENAA last week and it was recently spotted with certified Wi-Fi Alliance and 3C certification under certification ID ‘WFA78826’. Although there’s no official input provided by ZTE regarding the price or availability of this unannounced product, the certification posted on TENAA website lists its specifications touting it as a midrange smartphone titled as ‘ZTE Blade A0722’.

The midrange smartphone sports a 5.45-inch HD+ display with 1440 x 720-pixel resolution. It has two variants i.e. 32GB/3GB RAM and 64GB/4GB backed by 1.4GHz octa-core processor. The sample image posted alongside its TENAA listing shows the basic appearance with a centrally placed fingerprint scanner on the rear panel. The front snapper sports a 5MP camera while the rear sports a 13MP sensor with flash placed horizontally.

ZTE Blade A0722 features a dimension of 147 x 69.5 x 7.9mm and a 3100 mAh battery crammed inside its 7.9mm thick chassis. About the connectivity, it has Bluetooth, WiFi, 4G VoLTE, GPS/A-GPS which are prerequisites in today’s smartphones. The whole device weighs around 135 grams which is still lighter than most of the smartphones. It has a light sensor, distance, gravity sensor and it is available in Blue and Black color variant. It will be rolled out with Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, however, it may or may not receive an Android 9.0 Pie update but that’s something still unavailable to a hoard of other smartphones. It’s too soon to comment on its availability or price, so stay tuned to know more about ZTE Blade A0722.

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