I have had a ZTE Blade V since October. I get more than a whole day out of the Battery with WiFi, BT and Data on all the time.
On the queries about memory there may be 4 GB of memory in the phone, but it is split into the RAM, the Internal Phone Memory of 1 GB and a logical SD card of 1.5 GB. All apps transferred to SD card by Apps2SD go onto this logical SD card. The external real SD card is only for media and some media goes onto the internal SD card.
If the phone is rooted the SD cards can be swapped or Link2SD used to locate apps on the real SD card.
my zte blade v has 900 mb internal storage while the specifications show 4 gb.Why?
this phone looks awesome, and has power " under the hood" in many magazines in my country this phone got the Best Buy title... like they said that ZTE on this phone trimmed the "fat" (cam, display) to lower its price but they gave it raw power( great cpu, 1gb ram, big internal memory) so ppl who dont use their phone to take profesional pictures ( there are cameras that do that you know, btw you dont need a 20 MP camera to take a picture for your FB profile picture 5-8 MP will be more then good) will find this to be the best buy...
hi i own this phone (cosmote xplore) for 1 month carrier locked cosmote romania. its a great device due to the quadcore processor and 1gb ram. the low battery life is my only complain (under 15 hrs wi-fi or data plan always on). planning to get a new one for my wife also...
The ZTE Blade V is available on PAYG from Virgin Media £81.99
Great device for the price and works very well.
It's a quite good smartphone, excellent actually, if you consider the price. The 1Gb Ram is in fact about 800mb of which only a little over 500mb that you can really use, but it's enough, and the Quad-core processor handles very good multi-tasking. Benchmarked it and it ranked above HTC One X(4825 total) . It's solid, the screen is great(though not so good in bright sunlight), the camera as well, but the battery life is a bit under one's expectations.Fast browsing, Wi-fi works smoothly, but the phone gets slightly hot if you're using it as a hotspot while you're also playing a game or something. The speakers are decent, but the headphones maximum volume should've been a little higher, even though the quality is great.
Overall, a fantastic low-range smartphone.
Hil, 23 Nov 2013Me too....can't track one down to buy. Anyone help?? ThanksIt is not yet available, but there is a rebranded version of it named Cosmote Xplore and it's not carrier locked. There's little difference, it just has 'Cosmote' printed on the back case and the startup logo is also Cosmote's. It's available for Cosmote Romania, but I don't know if you can find it in other countries too, or if you can have it shipped.
Could somebody to tell me
Where can I buy it online?
with shipping in EU
I can't find it anywhere
I was searching for a cheap mobile and this i tell u is the one!!!!
Its accurate on everything u want to do,really fast and in games even better..
Fast on web browsing typing and calling...
By downloading CPU identifier from play store u will see what i mean....(specs almost like samsung mobiles)
The only cons i found so far is camera quality(could be better i suppose) and phone memory cause to android jelly bean capacity..
Nevertheless for only 159 euro i recommend this to anyone who wants a cheap Quadcore mobile phone...
The phone is excellent and have been using this for a month. Its a bargain
Hi, does anyone know the SAR levels for this phone? Many thanks in advance.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2013does this phone have a removable battery?It is, according to: http://www.knowyourmobile.com/...ered-django. I'm quoting:
> The back panel and battery are removable, revealing a full-size SIM slot and microSD slot, while the microUSB charging port is on the left-hand side in the middle, just below the volume rocker.
cat, 14 Sep 2013for £71.99 as a Virgin customer this phone is incredible value. Every bit as good as the... moreHi, also bought this fine, any idea where i can get accessories for this phone (case and screen protector)
in greece it's the cheapest quad-core smartphone. only 170 euro, extremely good value. i don't really like though the only 7.2mbps 3g internet and the screen is just a plain dull screen. i would also like an a/b/g/n dual band wifi....