An official product page for the ZTE Blade V9 briefly went online and was subsequently pulled down. But, luckily, it was online long enough to grab all the information about the upcoming phone.
The Blade V9 is ZTE's first phone with an 18:9 aspect screen (the tallest so far was the 17:9 ZTE nubia Z17s). The Blade V9 has a 5.7-inch LCD of 1080x2160px resolution.
Inside there's a Snapdragon 450 chipset coupled with either 2GB, 3GB or 4GB of RAM with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB of internal storage, respectively. There's also a MicroSD card slot which doubles as a second SIM housing.
There are two cameras on the back - 16MP autofocus unit and a fixed-focus 5MP snapper, sitting behind f/1.8 optics. On the opposite side there's a 13MP selfie shooter.
There's a 3,200mAh battery, a headphone jack and a fingerprint scanner (on the back).
Body-wise, the ZTE Blade V9 has a dual-glass design with a metal frame in between. It looks like it will launch in Black or Gold but there's no information on price or date.
@Travis333 please, what do you mean by sd4 series??? built around sd4, what does that mean?
kindly explain further...
I think the 7x will make ZTE keep the price honest, unless they are trying to loose money. With the 7x already released everyone will already know what they can get for $200. And I would buy a sd450 phone for the right price