While ZTE made its marquee announcement of MWC 2019 with the ZTE Axon 10 Pro, it also brought with it a number of other new mid-range phones in its locker. The Chinese phone maker just unveiled the ZTE Blade V10 which succeeds last year’s Blade V9. The handset looks like a premium metal unibody build smartphone with a teardrop notch design on the front and decent mid-range specifications.
It rocks a 6.3-inch Full-HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) display with a 19:9 aspect ratio which is topped by 2.5D curved glass. On the inside, there’s an unnamed 2.1GHz Octa-Core processor backed with either 3/4GB of RAM. Buyers will get 32GB of storage with the former while 64GB of storage will be reserved for the latter and of course, there;’s room for memory expansion.
The Blade V10 houses a + 16MP rear camera setup and a whopping 32MP front selfie shooter sits inside the notch. The Android Pie running smartphone houses a 3100mAh battery with support for 4g VoLTE and Dual SIM.
The Blade V10 has a fingerprint sensor on the rear and will be available in Black, Blue and Green colors. There are no retail pricing details revealed by ZTE right now, but the handset will go official in March for China and Europe followed by a launch Latin America in April.