ZTE just released its budget-friendly Blade V9, and its first Android Go-powered phone

You know ZTE right. Yeah, we have other phone manufacturers apart from Apple and Samsung. Of course they are Chinese, and they are moderately decent. The company has decided to offer 2 phones the Blade V9 and the Blade V9 Vita. They announced both phones at this year's MWC in Barcelona. They also released an Android Go phone called Tempo Go. 



The ZTE Blade V9 has a 5.7-inch Full HD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio, which provides a longer screen for viewing more content. The edges around the screen have been minimized for a more full-screen design, a new modern trend. The back of the phone is glass, giving it a more expensive feel. It’s slim, and despite its large size, it feels fairly compact. The back is incredibly minimal, with just the ZTE logo, a fingerprint sensor, and a dual-camera system.

There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top, and a Micro USB port at the bottom. Sorry no USB Type C here. Under the hood, the Blade V9 is powered by the Snapdragon 450 processor. It might sound enough, but the fact that the Blade is also running Stock Andriod 8.0 Oreo helps it greatly in performance. Also the chipset is also power efficient, so good news for your battery. 

The Blade V9 also packs a 3,100mAh battery, and comes in a variety of storage options. With the 2GB RAM model, you’ll get 16GB of storage; 3GB of RAM comes with 32GB; and 4GB offers 64GB. There’s a MicroSD slot for expandable storage of up to 256GB, as well.Talking cameras, the rear features A 16-megapixel camera is accompanied with a 5-megapixel one, and the two are capable of taking portrait mode-like selfies.As for the front-facing camera, it comes in at 8-megapixels, but 13-megapixels interpolated. That means pixels are added to the image by estimating the new color and intensity.

So while ZTE has the budget conscious customer in mind, if you are a penny pincher, ZTE still has you covered with the Tempo Go. This allows you access a "lite version of Android, and Android Apps". Therefore either way, ZTE has you covered. 

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