[MWC 2016] ZTE makes its mark on Mobile World Congress this year by expanding the Blade series of smartphones with the introduction of two handsets – the ZTE Blade V7 and ZTE Blade V7 Lite. Both devices have been specially designed to meet the needs of today’s smartphone users, and hence, you might want to check out whether they are a good fit for your everyday needs right after the jump.
First of all, the slim and sleek Blade V7 will boast of a full-metal, ergonomic body that measures all of just 3.5mm thin at its thinnest edge, where it will be accompanied by a 5.2” screen with 2.5D curved edge glass, a powerful octa-core chipset, 4G LTE plus support, 2GB of RAM, front and rear PDAF 13-megapixel cameras, and expanded Smart Sense intelligent gesture control features. The ZTE Blade V7 Lite, as its name suggests, will be smaller than the Blade V7, as it features a 5” display, a circular fingerprint scanner for additional security, a powerful camera and Smart Sense gesture control.
Expect the ZTE Blade V7 to be available in Germany, Spain, South Africa, Ethiopia, and Mexico by summer this year, while the ZTE Blade V7 Lite will make an appearance in Russia first prior to ending up in Mexico, Spain, Germany and Thailand this spring.