ZTE U793 with 2GB RAM costs just $64!

ZTE have made the rather strange decision to launch an all new budget phone, the ZTE U793 with tiny screen and out of date OS with 2GB RAM.

Bigger is better, faster is better, more RAM is better! This is what phone manufactures seem to currently believe as 5-inch, quad-core phones with 2GB RAM are a dime a dozen in stores today.

Then there are those oddball phones such as the new ZTE U793 which we don’t quite understand!

The ZTE U793 starts off normal enough with a 3.5-inch display, 1Ghz CPU, 4GB built-in memory and 2 mega-pixel rear camera, it’s plain to see that this is a phone meant for a developing market, if it’s not obvious then the use of Android 2.3 Gingerbread should make it clear.

So with this low spec and low price, why on earth have ZTE decided to give the phone 2GB RAM when 512mb would be enough?! We don’t know the answer but we do know that ZTE have been making some odd RAM decisions as of late with some of the MTK equipped phones and hope they sort it out soon!

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