ZTE's V9 Blade and V9 Blade Vita have a Reasonable Price

ZTE's V9 Blade and V9 Blade Vita have a Reasonable Price

Turns out, so is ZTE.

The Blade V9 Vita sports a 5.45 inche display with HD+ Screen Resolution.

The ZTE Blade V9 Vita is priced at $250.

ZTE's one of those workhorse smartphone companies you don't hear much about, aside from the occasional misguided flirtation with a freakish form factor, a la the dual-screen Axon M. But the Chinese handset manufacturer still powers away and manages to produce some solid handsets at bargain bin prices. Aside from this, not much separate the two in terms of looks. Each has an 18:9 aspect ratio for the display, dual rear cameras, 3.5mm headphone jacks, microUSB, memory card slot, and the usual fare of connectivity.

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The South Korean giant had said that the pre-orders for both the devices had begun and the general sale would start on March 16. Samsung also launched a feature called AR Emoji, which allows a user to take a selfie and turn it into their own custom emoji.

The ZTE Blade V9 Vita is a standout budget phone thanks to its trendy 18:9 display that's become popular thanks to higher-end all-screen phones. The V9 Vita, on the other hand scales down slightly to 5.5 inches with an HD+ (1440x720) resolution. Both are the midrange phones with attractive designs which run ZTE's skin on top of Android, promising solid performance for a cheap price. Still, some home-baked apps exist, like those for power management, and of course the camera, among others. The ZTE Blade V9 is priced at Euro 179 around ₹14,276 and Euro 199 around ₹15,800 for the 2GB RAM and 3GB RAM variant respectively. Under the hood, the smartphone makes use of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset that is clocked at 1.8GHz.

The Tempo Go is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210, a quad core 1.1 Ghz processor that's paired with 1GB of RAM powered by a 2200mAh battery. "We hope as consumers experience and explore more with leading features such as the low-light camera, they will share those experiences with us". Of course, further testing will be needed, but our initial impressions and knowledge of the SD 450 and 435 chips doesn't have us too anxious for this mid-ranger.

First, let's talk about the Blade V9. It has a 16 MP sensor at the back that is assisted by a 5 MP secondary camera. Both setups employ the secondary lens to receive lighting and depth information and adjust shutter speed for the main sensor when taking regular pictures. There are also dual-cameras on the rear with a special sensor dedicated to low-light photography.

ZTE Blade V9 Vita is powered by a Snapdragon 435 processor coupled with Adreno 505 GPU. ZTE Blade V9 Vita runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and houses a 3,200mAh battery.

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