I have 2 of these phones and the ZTE Libra is a very standard Android smartphone. It does perform well enough, and we like the high resolution screen, and attractive price. You’ll need to keep an eye on the battery, though, which at 1250mAh probably won’t see you through a full day and might have trouble keeping you afloat if you are a fan of Wi-Fi, GPS or lots of mobile data usage. I am very happy to use this device.
hafsal, 28 Apr 2011how much ram in this headset(ZTE Libra)?It is having 600 MHz ARM 11 in this headset.
I love to be the customer for ZTE I am having ZTE libra it works awsome that to without any problem like S/W it works fine and fast If u face any problem with the S/W than login to ZTE website
ww.zteuk.co.uk, click Devices-->Product List(choose models here)-->Product support
This one is already in Vietnam, just 100$, here: http://www.tinhte.vn/threads/1220191/
Kasaija, 28 Sep 2011Why a u saying coming soon yet this phone is everywhere? Even in uganda in 2Q.hi
Why a u saying coming soon yet this phone is everywhere? Even in uganda in 2Q.
hafsal, 28 Apr 2011how much ram in this headset(ZTE Libra)?Approximatively 422Mo on mine
dfvt, 27 Apr 2011this phone already exist in portugal by tmn... Is a variant from zte bladeIndeed it does, and with a 5MP Camera
this phone already exist in portugal by tmn... Is a variant from zte blade
jdh, 07 Mar 2011Nice to see 850Mhz. The Blade was a great phone, but alas... No good for At&t without 850Mhz.The ZTE blade is upgradable to a 'GEN2'.
When upgraded to GEN2, you will also have 850Mhz ;)
jdh, 07 Mar 2011Nice to see 850Mhz. The Blade was a great phone, but alas... No good for At&t without 850Mhz.850MHz was disabled by software in the ZTE Blade, since some days it's possible to upgrade a Generation 1 Blade to Gen2 with 850MHz enabled: http://android.modaco.com/cont...indows-only/