ZTE V8 Images Leaked Ahead Of CES 2017 Launch
The Chinese company ZTE has recently listed down its upcoming mobile phone ZTE V8 on the website that is going to be a huge attraction at CES 2017. The company have been quite for a long time about its upcoming technology at CES but have finally revealed the specifications of the smartphone along with its key features.
What Features To Look For?
As reported, the ZTE V8 is going to have a dual-camera setup at the rear side of the smartphone. There would be a 13MP rear camera with a flashlight and another 2MP secondary camera for better image quality. This is not all, also the two cameras would be giving an amazing DSLR effect to the picture captured. It would be amazing to see the 3D photos that the users can capture and later can be viewed by the VR glasses. It would be a mid-range smartphone powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 SoC, with an additional 3GB RAM and 32GB memory to start with. Another attraction here would be that it has pre-installed Android 7.0 Nougat.
ZTE V8 Design
It is believed to have its own ZTE skin with 5.2 inches full HD display. To add some to its camera features would be the high-speed motion and multi-exposure images that are going to be a must see. The fully metal body will have the 360-degree fingerprint sensor embedded on the home button. It is supposed to run on MiFavor 4.0 UI which will be a huge plus point to this series of ZTE smartphone.
Moreover, the low range price would allow users to buy this and prefer more among all the others. CES 2017 is going to set a huge benchmark for all the brands and be of major attraction to the new innovations and tech arriving soon.
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