Renders of a successor to the ZTE A880 show up online

Last year, ZTE introduced a pretty nice phone called A880, device that arrived with mid-range specs such as a 5 inch HD panel, quad-core processor on 64-bit and 1 GB of RAM. Today, thanks to some leaked pictures, it seems that ZTE plans to unveil a successor for this device, and from what we can see, the phone really comes with several improvements.

While its specs are still unknown, we notice that the phone comes with a fingerprint scanner on the back placed right below the camera sensor, as well as some pogo pins on the lower right. The design of the phone clearly takes inspiration from phones like the Meizu M1, M1 Note and iPhone 5C.

Based on the leaked renders, the A880-2 will also come in six bright colors instead of the conventional steel color of the original. Those colors include red, blue, yellow, orange, green, and pink. Also interesting is the complete lack of any branding on the phone, though this could simply be limited to the renders.


Hopefully this version of the A880 will come with updated specs and hardware, like a 5-inch Full HD display, an octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. One thing that looks weird is the fact that on the screen is displayed April-15-2014, and not the actual year. What do you think about this upcoming ZTE?

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