The latest budget phone from ZTE is the Blade A3 Prime. It’s an entry-level smartphone with a $99 price that will be arriving to both of Verizon’s MVNO networks: Yahoo Mobile and Visible. The phone is free on Visible through the network’s SWAP program.
The Blade A3 Prime is equipped with a 5.45-inch 720p screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and powered by the MediaTek Helio A22. There’s 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage with support for a microSD card. And here’s something you don’t see anymore: the phone has a removable 2,660 mAh battery.
There’s support for both face unlock and fingerprint authentication thanks to the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. There’s also an 8MP camera on the back and dual LED flash. We’re also glad to see the USB-C charging port has finally trickled down to the entry-level phones here. There’s also a headphone jack.
2GB RAM and 5.45" screen is too small for today. it is not worth anything. I have couple ZTE A7 Prime phones from Visible , it is great
I still use ZTE Zmax Pro. the phone still strong and works great. the phone does not crash, the launcher need to be refresh if you experience launcher crashing. or install another launcher from Google "Play store", it would work perfectly
Removable batteries have their cons and the production of the battery will end sooner or later.