ZTE Blade A3 Prime is announced with a removable battery, Android 10 and modest specs
Shortly after announcing its Axon 11 4G, today ZTE Blade A3 Prime is announced, the company’s new entry-level cheap. With very modest specifications, the device arrives to fight with offers from Motorola, OPPO and Ulefone at a very low price.
The ZTE Blade A3 Prime comes equipped with a four-core MediaTek Helio A22 processor, 5.45 “screen with HD resolution, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 5MP front camera, 8MP rear sensor, 2.660mAh removable battery and Android 10. The look of the device is quite dated, being completely built in plastic and featuring large borders at the top and bottom of the screen.
The device will be offered exclusively in the US through the operator Visible, coming soon to Yahoo Mobile, both owned by Verizon, costing $ 99, or something around $ 500. It is not known whether the manufacturer will take the Blade A3 Prime to other countries.
The launch of the Chinese is quite curious, especially when we put in the balance one of its likely competitors, the Ulefone Note 8P, announced earlier this month. Although it is also quite simple, the rival device is not only cheaper, costing $ 79, but also brings Android Go, which should charge less for the hardware.
In addition, offers like the Moto E6s, which cost US $ 50 more abroad, offer much more performance in general, in addition to a more modern look. We just have to wait and see if ZTE got it right with the Blade A3 Prime.
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