ZTE launches Blade Spark smartphone with 5.5-inch display, 3140mAh battery for…


The ZTE Blade Spark from AT&T ships with Google Android Nougat 7.1.1 so you can have the latest and greatest Android OS right out of the box.

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The ZTE Blade Spark looks like a respectable device at $100, offering a large display and an up-to-date version of Android.

After launching the Blade V7 Plus smartphone in Russian Federation and Australia, Chinese smartphone maker ZTE on Saturday updated its "Blade" series smartphone portfolio with the launch of an another budget-oriented handset, "ZTE Blade Spark" in the U.S. tech market.

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A new big screen ZTE phone is making its way to AT&T's prepaid service. The Spark is designed for use on AT&T Prepaid, the carrier's new branding for GoPhone, and runs just $99. The rear panel of the handset houses a 13MP camera, LED flash module and fingerprint recognition button, while the top front panel features a 5MP selfie camera, sensors, and an earpiece. There's a 13-megapixel rear camera around back with a fingerprint reader below it, as well as a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for all of your selfie needs. There's 16GBs of built-in storage (expandable up to 128GB) for storing all of your local files, and a decently-sized 3,140 mAh battery.

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