ZTE introduced in Russia compact and inexpensive smartphones on Android Go

ZTE in Russia, presented the new budget smartphones ZTE Blade A3 and Blade L8. These are compact devices with 5-inch widescreen screens and LTE support running on the Android 9 Pie (Go Edition) operating system.

ZTE Blade A3

ZTE Blade A3 supports fourth-generation mobile networks using VoLTE for voice calls with better call quality, while ZTE Blade L8 only supports 3G networks. Smartphones are based on four-core UNISOC processors and are equipped with 16 GB of internal memory for storing applications, music, as well as photos and videos taken with an 8-megapixel main camera.

Due to the 18: 9 aspect ratio, the 5-inch display fits more useful information than the standard 16: 9 screens. A small diagonal allow you to use the smartphone with one hand. The case back has a curved shape, due to which the device is better in the hand.

ZTE Blade A3

For the autonomy of new products meets the battery capacity of 2000 mAh with support for intelligent power saving mode. It analyzes user habits and the frequency of interaction with applications. Programs that consume excessive energy, the system automatically closes to extend battery life.


ZTE Blade L8 ZTE Blade A3
CPU UNISOC SC7731E, four 1.3 GHz cores UNISOC SC9832E, four cores at 1.4 GHz
operating system Android 9 (Go Edition)
Display 5 inches, FWVGA +, 960×480,18: 9
Camera main camera 8 MP, f / 2.8 + front 5 MP main camera 8 MP, f / 2.4 + front 5 MP, f / 2.8
Battery 2000 mAh, removable
Connectors micro USB 2.0, 3.5 mm, 2 SIM (nano + nano)

separate slot for microSD (up to 128 GB)

Dimensions 137.3 x 67.5 x 10.5 mm
Weight 143 g 144 g
Memory 1 GB RAM + 16 GB ROM
Additional features GPS, GLONASS, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n
Sensors accelerometer, FOTA accelerometer, VoLTE, FOTA

New items will be available from April 22 at indicative prices of 3690 rubles for ZTE Blade L8 and 4490 rubles for ZTE Blade A3.

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