The ZTE Blade Series handsets have stood quite popular in the home market of the manufacturer and its primary Blade series handset, the ZTE Blade A1, though a medium range handset, yet stood quite popular among the viewers. Keeping its popularity in mind, the Chinese manufacturer recently made its successor, the ZTE Blade 2 official for the users. If compared to the predecessor, you will find a few improvements in the successor, but still in an affordable price ranges.
Starting with the display, the ZTE Blade A2 packs an equivalent one to that of the ZTE Blade A1 that measures 5-inches diagonally with a terrific HD display resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Look wise, it’s just awesome as it features an all metal build with close to no bezels on the sides. This is what makes the device quite dashy in look and perfect at the first glance. The ZTE Blade A2 is powered by a MediaTek MT6750 octa-core chipset, cloaked at 1.5GHz and for memory, it packs 2GB of RAM, 16GB ROM and 128GB expandable storage space facility.
The ZTE Blade A2 is outstanding in matters of camera as it packs a 13MP primary camera with LED flash and face detection autofocus technology. For connectivity, the ZTE Blade A2 offers a number of features such as 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, dual-SIM cards, Bluetooth and GPS. The battery is also good in terms of battery and its 2500mAh battery. There is a fingerprint sensor at the back which functions fast to open the display in just 0.3 seconds.
The Smartphone runs on the MiFavor 3.2 based Android 5.1 Lollipop OS and this is something that must distress the users. While the Android 6.0 Marshmallow is making it around the nook and corner of the globe, so undoubtedly the users must have expected to put hands on the exclusive Marshmallow features. There is also no news, if the handset will be upgraded to Marshmallow in the later days.
At hand, the Smartphone is available at a reasonable price tag of 699 Yuan or $105 at JD.com and is supposed to go on sale in China on June 15.