ZTE Blade Q Range of Android Smartphones Launched In Europe - Specs & Features Revealed

ZTE has today launched a set of new smartphones that run the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Operating system in its Blade Q range. With the unveiling of the Z Blade Q, Z Blade Q Mini and Z Blade Q Maxi smartphones, the company has updates its series of Blade products in Europe. In order to cater to the needs of the consumers who are looking for either a big screened phone or the smaller one, ZTE has come up with the Blade Q series of handsets available in three form factors. The ZTE Blade Q Mini features a 4-inch screen and is a compact device; whereas the ZTE Blade Q offers a 4.5-inch screen and and the ZTE Blade Q Maxi features a large 5-inch screen. All the three smartphones have IPS screen technology. We don't yet the pricing or availability details of the phones in India or elsewhere, but we expect that to roll out soon too.

Other common features in these 3 new Android smartphones include a dual-core 1.3 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, 4 GB ROM internal memory and 21 MB/s HSPA+ connectivity and the essential apps coming pre-loaded in them all. To name a few - there's all of the Google apps, Cloud services like Evernote and Dropbox as well as a top office suite coming pre-installed with the ZTE Blade Q range. Mr. AO Wen, General Manager of ZTE Handset European Operation Office, said, "At ZTE we believe that smartphone technology should be accessible for everyone. The popularity of the Blade series across Europe proves that there is real consumer appetite for high performance smartphones at a great price. The features available across the Blade handsets redefine 'value for money' in the smartphone market, and we're confident that the ZTE Blade Q range will continue to grow ZTE's position in Europe."


Those of you who own a Blade series smartphone such as the ZTE Blade III, ZTE Blade V and ZTE Blade G, will be relieved to know that the ZTE Blade Q range also sports a 5 MP camera with auto-focus and flash, and a panoramic shooting mode to capture the perfect picture. For connectivity options, the ZTE Blade Q range offers GPS, WiFi 802.11 abgn, mobile hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0 as well as support for FM Radio and dual earphones. A microSD card slot ensures that the 4 GB of RAM is expandable up to 32 GB. With all these great features in place, now all that we await is the official price tag on these smartphones.

Let us know what you think of the ZTE Blade Q Mini, Max and the core smartphones and its features through comments below.


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