ZTE Blade V10 with 32MP selfie camera announced at MWC 2019

ZTE Blade V10 - Feature

ZTE has made its new smartphone announcement at MWC 2019 event going on in Barcelona, Spain. The handset is dubbed as Blade V10 and it comes with a 32MP selfie camera, which seems to be the highlight of the handset. Currently only Vivo V15 Pro comes with a 32MP selfie camera in the market. If you have been looking for a handset with selfie prowess, then you should take a look at this phone. 

Also read: ZTE Axon 10 Pro launched, brings Snapdragon 855 with 5G support

ZTE Blade V10 specs

The company claims that its 32MP selfie camera would allow users to take high-resolution selfie images. With smart selfie and scene recognition, the company heavily invests in the AI-capabilities. The high-resolution lens could help the Blade V10 capture great details when it comes to selfies. 

Sporting a 6.3-inch  full HD+ display, the display offers a 440 ppi pixel density with water-drop notch design. The claimed screen to body ratio is 90%, which is huge. Talking about the internals, it is powered by an unknown chipset having Octa-core processor and clock speed of 2.1GHz. The handset would be available in two configurations. With a 3GB and 4GB of RAM, 32GB, and 64GB of internal storage, combinations. 

Coming to biometric security, it offers a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The camera department offers dual rear camera setup, where the primary lens if of 16MP and secondary lens of 5MP. All this powered by a 3200mAh capacity battery with USB Type-C. It will be running on the Android 9 Pie based operating system. 

With a thickness of just 7.8mm, it will retail in three colours, black, blue, and green. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t shared any details regarding the pricing. But the ZTE Blade V10 is supposed to arrive in China, Europe, and Latin America beginning of March 2019. 

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