Anonymous, 17 Mar 2015Dear all, how many slots are there in this phone: Does it have 3 slots (SIM + SIM + MEMORY ... moreIt has 2 slots, one for micro SD card, and another for 2 nano sim cards at once. They are just inserted together.
Good display, Good performance, looks great.
but not a mobile phone.
The quality of voice sound is not up to it.
Also on the device i received i could only hear incoming calls on headphone or speakerphone, quality of both was poor.
if your hearing or that of the other person is not 100%, i would not reccomend.
still waiting for a replacement device- in the meantime I replace broken display on my old Samsung S2 phone...voice sound is excellent on that one.
If i ever get a replacement Blade S6 expect i will give to some homeless person........
I am thinking of buying the ZTE Blade S6 for travel in South America travelling to as many countries as I can in 3 months. I have heard that this phone doesn't work in South America. Does anyone have any thoughts about this.
I would give the ZTE blade S6 a 6 for battery life can be better, design 8, performance 9 internet surfing and the speed of The phone, overall 8.3 Great phone for the 299.00 AUD
I had this phone for two weeks absolutely nice,good camera and design .I can say every thing is perfect .but only problem with this phone as i observed is the problem of software update it is too difficult to update soft ware phone and occasionally the soft ware may be gone and causes damages the phone
SWEDROID, 01 Jul 2015Beware, this does not have 16 GB memory, 7 is a seperate, internal card, you actually have 2 t... moreInsert a fast microsd card of 32 or 64gb then go into settings/storage and choose it as defaut storage.
You will then get a "32 or 64gb phone" before even Android M
Nice device but awfull aftersales service.
Bought a Blade S6 that show very bad GPS fix and WIFI troubles. I have sent to the ASS that reply 2 weeks later that everything work fine with it and I should read the notice!! Of course the GPS is still out of order.
My opinion, choose another device
Hiraz, 20 May 2015This phone Mi 4 i rivalNot quite mate but close and cheaper don't know what this lot are blithering on about suspect they are messing about with crap roms and things they don't understand the European version is pukka these cheapskates probably skimped on some so grey it's black importer I went with Amazon had no problems.
Beware, this does not have 16 GB memory, 7 is a seperate, internal card, you actually have 2 to 3gb rom. False advertising. Got this phone today, really pissed off.
AnonD-135168, 25 Jun 2015Well, of course I can flash B11, as it is ZTE_AS fw and I'm ZTE_AS as well. Can I flash ZTE_EU... moreNo, I can't it either fails to update or it updated ok but bricks yhe phone.
AnonD-135168, 24 Jun 2015I have version ZTE_AS_Blade_S6V1.0.0B07 (emphasis on AS). I know apart from AS, there are EU (... moreWell, of course I can flash B11, as it is ZTE_AS fw and I'm ZTE_AS as well. Can I flash ZTE_EU fw? That's the question.
I have version ZTE_AS_Blade_S6V1.0.0B07 (emphasis on AS). I know apart from AS, there are EU (Europe?) and ES (Spain?) variants. What does AS stand for? Asia? Have I got a 'grey' import? I was supposed to get a UK version. Actually the box includes an English manual and a UK plug (not a power convertor, an actual genuine ZTE UK power plug). Anyway... Some feedback from others in the UK would be appreciated.
First of all when I use the Upgrade App for OTA updates, it says there is NO update. Mind, I'm running B07. So it seems OTA upgrade functionality seems to be broken.
On ZTEDevice site, chosing UK, there is on firmware B08.
Chosing Hong Kong you get the latest B11.
Can I flash this Hong Kong B11 fw having a ZTE_AS version? Will I keep all international options (interface languages etc) or will it be Chinese/English only?