The ZTE Blade V8 Pro comes from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer and places it within the budget-friendly range. It presents flagship features at near rock-bottom prices. It is a reasonably affordable phone that can even compete with other handsets found in higher-tiered price ranges because of its dual-camera setup. It even has a fingerprint sensor and a large battery that can compete with some of the best low-cost phones in the market.
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro Competes Well With Higher-Priced Smarthphones
For its design, the ZTE Blade V8 Pro is likeable enough, for an inexpensive phone that is. It even raises the bar a bit by having a texturized back. It has dimensions of 156 x 77 x 9.1-millimeters, which means that it is not the thinnest smartphone on the planet. Still, it is easy enough to hold it with one hand and it won’t create a huge bulge when you put it inside your skinny jeans pocket.
The Blade V8 Pro comes with a Full HD display, which means you can take advantage of a 1080p resolution which is great for everyday use and more. Still, don’t expect it to be every suitable for virtual reality.
Its screen is then protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The fingerprint sensor can be located on the other side of the screen and it does a pretty good job in protecting your phone from prying eyes. Keep in mind, however, that this particular smartphone is a GSM-only phone. This means that it won’t work with some carriers. Still, t does have a dual SIM card tray which can also be used for a microSD card slot.
The highlight of this smartphone is its dual-lens camera, which is a very pleasant surprise, especially if you know and understand that two rear cameras are usually found in higher-priced handsets. The cameras consist of two 13-megapixel imaging sensors which snap together to make for images with high contrast and vibrant colors. Images come out really good and have lots of “pop” in them, which is, again, a pleasant surprise considering this to be a low-budget device.
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro aims to beat the competition with its high-end features packed into a relatively reasonably-priced package. You won’t get a lot in terms of software performance, primarily because the CPU isn’t the best one out there (probably to keep the costs down), but you will still definitely get a handset that’s bang for your buck.
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