ZTE is planning to announce the Blade V7s on October 18, according to a post on Weibo. However, it also says that a new phone is coming too, meaning we might be in for a treat and see the Blade 20 go official.
The device already popped up at FCC with a square camera setup in the top left corner, and now, the very same design was spotted on the ZTE V1050 phone, listed at TENAA.
We already saw some specs, but the Chinese regulatory revealed more details about the phone. It will have an octa-core CPU running at 2 GHz, while memory is going to be 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage.
The screen is listed as 6.1” LCD with an HD+ resolution. At least the battery is quite big – TENAA measured it at 4,870 mAh minimal charge. The Blade 20 is listed with a 16 MP main camera, coupled with 8 MP + 2 MP shooters. On the front, a 5 MP camera will be responsible for your selfies and video conversations.