The ZTE Blade V8 Mini offers one of the cheapest ways to upgrade to the latest version of Google’s operating system and walk away with a dual-lens camera.
The ultra-affordable Android 7.0 Nougat smartphone that we tested at MWC 2017 is the lighter variant of the revealed at CES 2017.
It’s interesting to see how quickly flagship features on the iPhone and Samsung devices features from a year ago can come to budget handsets.
The ZTE Blade V8 Mini doesn’t have the most powerful specs, of course, but it’s plenty for people who are casual phone owners who want a fancy camera.
Design and display
The ZTE Blade V8 Mini has a 5-inch HD screen, meaning its at the lower 720p resolution. It’s more powerful than the ZTE Blade V8 Lite, but it lacks in pixel count.
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