Newly Launched ZTE Blade V7 MAX and A910: Where Quality Meets Affordability
In the world of technology where the rule of the day seems to be “go expensive or go home”, ZTE has decided to wave this norm by launching two of its latest smart phones – Blade A910 and the Blade V7 Max. The preliminary news about its features seems to defy the reasonable pricing that it is being pitched at. This may be due to the fact that ZTE plans to expand the retail avenues through which its devices are being distributed worldwide.Advertisement
Both these smart phones were unveiled in Beijing, China, at a product launch. ZTE Blade V7 MAX is powered with 1.8GHz octa-core processor and uses a 3000mAh battery. Even though there are a number of variations released of this model, one can expect about 3GB to 4GB of RAM and internal storage is said to hold steady at 32GB. With a 5.5-inch Full HD display, the V7 MAX definitely makes its presence felt and is equipped with 13MP to 16MP camera at its rear, depending on which model one picks and 8MP front camera. WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a fingerprint sensor are some of the features which will stay common for all the models alike.
The next device to consider is the Blade A910, which only slightly differs from the V7 MAX. Sharing the same screen length, as that of the V7 MAX, just with a better HD AMOLED live color display, the Blade A910 also hosts other similar features such as WiFi and a fingerprint sensor. However, the Blade A910 takes things to the next level with Bluetooth 4.1 and the inclusion of NFC. It uses a MT6735 1.3GHz quad-core processor with 2-3 GB RAM and 16-32 GB internal memory, again, depending on the variation of the model one purchases. A 2540mAh battery is well equipped to handle an 8MP front camera and a 16MP camera at the back.
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