ZTE BA602 model gets certified, comes with quad-core SoC

ZTE keeps expanding its portfolio of low/mid-range smartphones and from the looks of it, this ZTE BA602 model that was just certified by TENAA, could be one of them.

This new, unknown model (BA602 is a code name of course) packs a quad-core CPU (1.25GHz), along with a 5.5 inch HD display and will be available in several versions with 1/2/3GB of RAM and 8/16/32GB of storage. There’s an 8MPixels main camera on the back, along with a 2MPixel front shooter and Android 6.0 Marshmallow under the hood.

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ZTE’s new model measures 153.3 × 77 × 8.6mm, it weighs 168 gr. and packs a 3000 mAh battery for adequate performance in terms of energy consumption. The BA602 model will be available in 5 different colors: quicksand gold, galaxy silver, phantom gray, quiet blue, and black but we have no info yet on its price or availability.

Since it was just certified however, it won’t be long before we see it being unveiled officialy, so keep an eye for it.

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