Today, ZTE brought a new low-end smartphone to the Chinese market. The ZTE Blade V2020 sports a whopping display. But not all of its features are as attractive as the latter. Say, under the hood, it carries a UNISOC chipset. This is one of the reasons why it costs very affordable.
Well, let’s get acquainted with all selling points. The Blade V2020 comes with a 6.82-inch screen, which has a Full HD+ resolution. As said, it is powered by a UNISOC SC9863A SoC. As you guess, it’s a low-end chip with eight cores from the ARM Cortex-A55 series. The chip is based on a 28nm HPC+ process node. This is a 4G processor.
As for photography, the ZTE V2020 sports a quad-camera. It consists of a 16MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor.
The 5000mAh battery should be quite enough for a long life on a single charge. By the way, it comes with support for reverse charging.
On to the software side, the ZTE Blade V2020 runs on stock Android 10.
Finally, on the back, we can find a traditional fingerprint scanner.
We are dealing with a low-end smartphone. So it shouldn’t cost much. The ZTE Blade V2020 is currently only available in a single 128GB variant. It is priced at 899 yuan ($130). Currently, there is no information on the global launch, availability and pricing.
In fact, we have heard about this phone ahead of its launch. But that time, we assumed the phone will come with a MediaTek Helio P70 SoC and the highest version will pack a 512GB of native storage.