The ZTE Blade Q Mini seems like a lotta phone for £60
You may have heard of the ZTE Blade V which came with a quad-core processor and was priced under £100 when it launched back in September. At that time, we thought the ZTE Blade V was good value for money, so lets checkout the new ZTE Blade Q Mini and see what's what.
ZTE has just launched the Blade Q Mini with a price tag of a mere £60 and announced that Virgin Media will be its exclusive UK distributor of the new smartphone.
The ZTE Blade Q Mini is an Android Jelly Bean (4.2) smartphone, but at this price there’s no 4G but it will work on 3G networks including HSDPA.
The display measures in at 4 inches and is a TFT capacitive touchscreen with a display resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, which equates to a PPI of 233.
The processing power is provided by its Dual-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 processor and is backed up by a Mali-400 Graphics Processing Unit on board. The smartphone comes with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of on-board storage which can be boosted by another 32 GB via the microSD card.
The main camera is 5 megapixels ( 2592x944 pixels) and comes with autofocus and LED flash.
The ZTE Blade Q Mini comes in black and white versions and will be available shortly to buy in Virgin Media retail stores, Sainsbury’s and Argos.
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