ZTE Balde V8 smartphone steals limelight at CES 2017

ZTE Balde V8

World’s second optical network product and solution provider ZTE has unveiled its new smartphone, the Blade V8 Pro in the mega tech show CES 2017 at Las Vegas.

Friday saw a lot of techno giants showcasing their future going-to-be launched products. ZTE also stole the limelight by raising the curtains over its future upcoming smartphone in Blade series, named as ZTE Blade V8. The device flaunts its shining metallic body with 2.5D curved glass feature. With a 5.2 inch full-HD screen constructed from durable Gorilla glass, the smartphone will come in two variants; one at 2GB RAM with an internal storing capacity of 16GB and another configured at 3GB RAM with 32 GB capacity of internal storage which can be extended up to 128GB using a second slim slot.

Blade V8 pro is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor clocked at 2 GHz and will host Android Marshmallow. Now coming to its battery section, Pro V8 carries a 3140 mAh battery and is designed to support Qualcomm’s Quick charge 2.0 fast charging. Talk lovers can enjoy a 24-hour Talk time battery backup with a standby feature of 23 days.

‘Blazing fast shutter speeds’ is the way ZTE is marketing about the camera feature of Blade Pro V8. The rear end contains dual lens camera with LED flash (13MP+13MP) infused with features like face detection, Bokeh Effect, Auto HDR, Panorama etc. The front end will feature an 8MP selfie shooter.

To facilitate fast charging and data transfer a USB Type-C port has been given and it also hosts a front home button mounted finger scanner. The fingerprint sensor has been tailored with a responsive sensor that can recognise multiple user profiles. For music lovers, Pro V8 has been engineered with dedicated HiFi audio chipset with Dolby audio support.

This phone can be a must-go choice under $300 budget as the company has set its selling price at $230 which is much budget friendly looking at the features that it provides. From February 2017 onwards it will go live in Russia and Japan while aspires from China, Germany and Spain have to wait for another month extra.

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