ZTE launched the successor to their Axon 7, the Axon 7S this week. And just three days after the launch, a new device, the ZTE V0840 has been certified by TENAA. Photos and specs of the phone have been listed on TENAA.
The ZTE V0840 has three capacitive buttons on the front for home, back and recent apps. On the top bezel lies the front snapper. On the back, it sports, what looks like a dual camera setup with LED flash, below which lies the fingerprint scanner. What’s interesting is the presence of four physical buttons on this phone. On the left side lies the volume rocker, and on the right, 3 physical buttons. What will these extra keys be used for? Probably like the convenience key that is found on BlackBerry devices or maybe even a camera shutter key.
On the spec front, the ZTE V0840 sports a 5 inch 720p display with a quad core processor clocked at 1.4GHz, but it isn’t specified which processor it has. The phone has 2GB/3GB/4GB variants and 16GB/32GB onboard storage which is expandable. The rear has an 8MP shooter(possibly dual sensors) and the front has a 5MP shooter. It is powered by a 2,500mAh battery and runs Android Nougat 7.1.1 with ZTE’s UI on top.
The smartphone is reported to be available in 4 color variants, Dark Night Gray, Glacier Blue, Green and Elegant Gold. There is no word on when this phone will be launched, so watch this space for more!