ZTE recently released its new entry-level model ZTE Blade L9 in Mexico. The phone is available in blue and black colors for consumers to choose from. The price is 1,699 Mexican pesos (approximately RMB 534).
ZTE Mexico’s official website that this model uses a 5-inch TFT screen with a resolution of 960 x 480 and a screen ratio of 18:9. There is no digging hole on the front of the machine. Because the machine itself is positioned as an entry-level model, the upper and lower borders of the machine’s screen are wider, and the camera is placed on the upper border of the screen. The front camera has 5 million pixels. The back of the machine adopts a gradual effect design that scatters from the upper left corner to the surroundings. The upper left corner area is the rear camera, which uses a single-shot design and is equipped with an LED flash below. The camera has 8 million pixels.
The USB charging port of the machine is located on the left side of the phone and is designed for micro-USB, with a battery capacity of 2000mAh. The volume and power buttons are located on the right-side frame of the fuselage, and there is a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top. The machine is not equipped with any fingerprint recognition device.
In terms of internal configuration, the Soc of ZTE Blade L9 uses Ziguang Zhanrui SC7731E. The SoC has four cores and the main frequency is 1.3GHz. The machine is a 1GB+32GB storage configuration, and there is a microSD card slot for additional storage, which supports up to 128GB expansion. In terms of system, the machine runs the Android 11 Go system, which is a simplified version of Android 11 specially developed by Google, mainly for low-end models, which can greatly increase the application startup speed of low-end models.