ZTE’s may be preparing to launch a new phone in its value-for-money Blade series. The ZTE Blade V30 will cost €200, according to leakster Sudhanshu Ambhore, who also provided the key specs for the device and images showing two colorways.
The phone will have a 6.67” LCD with 1,080 x 2,400 px resolution (20:9). It will have a centered punch hole for the 16 MP selfie camera.
On the back will be quad camera built around a 64 MP main sensor with a 26 mm lens, joined by an 8 MP ultra wide module with a 16 mm lens. The remaining two modules have 2 MP sensors.
The Blade V30 will run Android 11 on a Unisoc Tiger T618, previously featured in the Axon 20 4G. It’s a 12 nm chipset with two Cortex-A75 cores, six A55 cores and Mali-G52 MP2. This chip has a built-in 4G modem, in contrast to other recent Blade models, which ventured into 5G.
Only one memory configuration is known so far with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage. This will be expandable with microSD cards up to 512 GB.
The V30 will have a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging over USB-C. The other wired port is a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Finally, the phone will measure 165.8 x 77.8 x 8.9 mm and weigh 193g.
There’s no word on when the ZTE Blade V30 might launch, but it will probably happen without much fanfare.
Yes flip or pop up cameras are also nice but it presents more points of failure to your phone and more areas for dirt and water to enter in.
Getting thin bezels enough to fit camera is not enough. It needs to be thick as look at xperia or other gaming phone with bezels. The have the bad quality 8mp sensor and there is no other sensor they can fit. Sure I would like bezels too but ud camer...
The best example of not using underscreen display and still have no holes on the screen is the recent asus snapdragon insider phone.