ZTE Blade V2020 5G

Today, ZTE officially announced the new machine the Blade V2020 5G. Though there are many variants, currently, only the 6+128GB storage and Aurora Meihai variant is sold. The official mall pre-sale price is 1399 yuan ($210).

ZTE Blade V2020 5G

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Our protagonist sports a Dimensity 800 chip. You should be familiar with this chip because it can be found on many smartphones launched recently. This SoC comes with 4 large A76 2.0GHz cores + 4 small A55 2.0GHz cores. It also integrates a NATT MC4 graphics card. And as you should know, it supports dual-mode 5G (dual card dual standby).

ZTE Blade V2020 5G

The ZTE Blade V2020 5G uses a 6.53-inch single-hole full screen. The display is supplied by the Japanese JDI. The resolution is 2340*1080. The screen-to-body ratio is 90.8%. The screen hole diameter is 3.56mm. And it covers 97% of the NTSC color gamut. There is also a 4000mAh battery, which supports 18W fast charging. The maximum TF card expansion volume can reach 512GB. Also, the phone comes with a 360-degree surround integrated antenna and SRS four-antenna rotation system.

As for photography, the machine adopts a rear quad-camera (48MP main camera + 8MP ultra-wide angle + 2Mp macro + 2MP depth of field), a front 16MP lens, and supports dual video image stabilization (Main camera + wide-angle video stabilization).

In other aspects, the ZTE Blade V2020 5G also has MiFavor 10.1 lightweight UI system, Al intelligent voice assistant and other functions.

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