ZTE Blade 20 with a 5000 mAh battery and waterdrop display appears online

According to a recent exposure on Slashleaks, ZTE is working on a new smartphone – ZTE Blade 20. The leak reportedly comes from an FCC document. According to the images, this smartphone comes with a dimension of approximately 16.5mm x 7.5mm. This implies that the display is no less than 6-inch. Although this smartphone uses a waterdrop display for the front camera, the company still squeezed a proximity and light sensor with an indicator light at the left side of the top bezel.

ZTE Blade 20

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On the rear, we can see that this device uses a matrix design camera module at the upper left corner similar to the iPhone 11. The matrix contains three cameras with a flash. In addition, it also comes with a rear fingerprint sensor. The ZTE Blade 20 supports a nano-SIM and the internal storage is expandable. This smartphone also has a USB Type-C interface with a 3.5mm headphone jack.


In addition, an image of the battery shows that this smartphone will come with a huge 5000 mAh battery. Furthermore, it appears that this smartphone will come with a ZTE headset in the box. The leak has a couple of images of the control panel. If you are interested, see the images below.


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1 Comment

  1. Joe Sprite
    October 3, 2019

    Umm, it’s not a “leak”. The FCC released it. Very common.