After revealing the world’s first quad core powered slimmest handset, now ZTE seems to enter in the smartphones foray with yet another Android-powered Blade3 phone with bigger screen. However, we were impressed enough with the company’s Intel chip-powered smartphone back in late August, but now things seem to getting changed.
That said; the new ZTE Blade3 handset’s features and specs won’t quite be knocking your socks of, considering its pedestrian 800 x 480 resolution and single-core 1GHz processor. Though, if you’re looking forward to pick a budget-Android device; you shouldn’t mind heading over to quick spec run-down below.
- 4-inch (800 × 480p) 262K TFT Capacitive touchscreen Display
- Single-core Qualcomm MSM 7227 processor, clocked 1GHz
- Ice Cream Sandwich
- 5MP rear snapper with auto-focus
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB on-board storage (2.5GB user memory) [expandable upto 32GB via MicroSD card]
- 3G, HSDPA, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, Bluetooth 2.1 + A2DP, GPS
- 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio
- 1600 mAh Li-Ion battery
- Weighs 130g, and measures at 10mm (thin?)
Following the footsteps of the Blade and Blade2 smartphones, though seeing a lower price tag; the new Blade3 will be available soon for your purchasing pleasure.
It will land in Finland this month for €176, while starting October it will make its debut to other European markets, including Sweden for 1499 SEK ($230) and in India by the end of this year [maybe for Rs. 12K]. Keep in mind, the white model of the handset will be available in Finland, while in black color in Sweden. No words on US availability, though we suspect it to happen later this year. Stay tuned for more.
Source – ZTE