ZTE Blade 10 powered by MediaTek Helio P70

Posted in Mar 18, 2019 in Smartphones, no comment

ZTE Blade V10 is powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 – providing powerful a octa-core that mixes two quad-core clusters of big-core Arm Cortex-A73 with efficient A53. In addition the SoC houses a tri-core Arm Mali-G72 graphics processor and dual-core AI processing unit (APU) with efficient multi-threading engine.

ZTE Blade 10

Another area the Blade 10 stands out is its 32MP selfie camera; at this resolution it can shoot incredibly detailed pictures. Backed by the P70’s powerful triple-ISP design and in-chip camera-hardware accelerators, camera control unit, instant AE – and the large display acting as a flash – it can snap away regardless of environment or (lack of) ambient lighting.

This selfie snapper is housed into a tiny water-drop notch among the large 6.3-inch display that covers almost the entire front face. Its sharp Full HD+ resolution (2280 x 1080 / 400 PPI) means pin-sharp visuals when tweaking your pics, or if you’re enjoying streams, movies, games or messaging friends.

Configuration options include 3/4GB of memory and 32/64GB of storage respectively, plus microSD card upgrade space and oft-demanded 3.5mm headphone jack. The 3,200mAh battery claims nearly 30 hours of talk-time, while dual 4G SIM provides carrier flexibility and VoLTE, ViLTE support. The Blade V10 runs the latest Android 9 out the box and will be available in attractive metallic black, blue or green.

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