ZTE Blade V9 first appeared online in December 2017. The mid-range phone was seen on the ZTE website in Spanish but was not officially launched at that time. It is expected to be presented at MWC 2018, but before that, the device came to light in Geekbench.
The phone scored 772 points on the single-core test and 3931 on the multi-core test. These are similar to the scores (769 and 3548 respectively) of Redmi 5, another phone powered by the same chipset.
According to the reference site, the ZTE Blade V9 is running Android 8.1 Oreo. This means that when released it should come with the latest version of Android. It also has 3GB of RAM and is powered by an octa-core processor with a speed of 1.8GHz. Based on the specifications of last year’s early revelation, this is the Snapdragon 450, the current king of the 400 series. The chipset comes with an Adreno 506 GPU and has support for FHD screens.
However, the ZTE Blade V9 contains much more than the Redmi 5 from Xiaomi. It also has an 18: 9 screen of 5.7 inches but with a different FHD resolution than the HD of the Redmi 5. According to rumors, the ZTE Blade V9 smartphone can offer three storage variants. The first variant is given for 16GB internal storage with 2GB of RAM. At the same time, the other variant has been given for 32GB internal storage with 3GB of RAM. Whereas, in the third variant, 64GB internal storage is provided with 4GB RAM. At the same time, the storage can be increased through the microSD card.It also has dual rear cameras, a front camera with a higher pixel count.
ZTE is expected to announce the Blade V9 at the MWC at an affordable price. For now, this is all the information we can have, however, we hope to have more information after the next MWC 2018 event.
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