Last week, a new ZTE smartphone believed to be the upcoming ZTE Blade 20, has made it’s appearance on FCC database along with some of it’s live images.
Now, the same device had been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority – hinting on it’s imminent arrival. This device, carrying the model number V1050, also has it’s key specs revealed on it’s TENAA listing as well.
Apparently, the ZTE Blade 20 will be arriving with a 6.088-inch display with 1560 x 720 pixels resolution. It has an overall footprint measuring 155×72.7×8.95 mm and weighs approximately 164 grams.
Under the hood, the device is driven by an undisclosed, 2.0GHz octa-core processor. In it’s memory compartment, there is 4GB worth of RAM and 64GB onboard storage which is further expandable by up to 512GB via microSD card.
Moving on to it’s camera, it’s squircle housing on it’s back panel will come with a 16MP+8MP+2MP triple-camera setup. It’s water drop notch on the front panel on the other hand, will house a 5 megapixels selfie camera.
Finally, there will be a 4,870mAh power plant sitting beneath the device which could support hours of continuous usage on the go.
Although ZTE has yet to officially disclosed the unveiling date for the Blade 20 mid-ranger, but it do drops some hint on Chinese Weibo that the device could be made official on October 18th.
According to a recent Weibo post, it mentioned “On October 18th, the day when ZTE Blade A7s goes on it’s debut sale, ZTE will also announce a new smartphone”. While they didn’t specially reveal it’s actual model, but many believed it to be the ZTE Blade 20.