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ZTE Blade V30 Series Comes with Unisoc Chip, Price IDR 3 Million

Mexico, Gizmology – When mid-range 5G smartphones became widely available since 2020, vendors still present 4G options in several countries. The reason? Of course, because people do not fully need 5G, with the level of availability that is still not evenly distributed. The ZTE Blade V30 series is one of the newest.

Comes in two different options, the ZTE Blade V30 & V30 Vita are available for consumers who may live in developing countries where 5G networks are not yet fully available and stable. Although it is rumored that it is developing a new flagship series with front camera technology under the screen, ZTE is still productive in presenting affordable options.

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By design, these two affordable ZTE smartphones appear quite bold and have different design languages. If the ZTE Blade V30 provides a gradient color option, the Blade V30 Vita prefers to provide three glossy colors. The screen design and the rear camera frame are also designed differently, showing each class.

ZTE Blade V30 Specifications

ZTE Blade V30

Of the two series that ZTE has just introduced, Blade V30 is the best choice, even though the specifications are not too high. On the front, the 6.67-inch screen that it carries uses a punch-hole type front camera, 16MP resolution. While the panel resolution itself is full HD +.

IPS type, ZTE does not provide high refresh rate options or HDR content support. At least, the fingerprint sensor has been pinned on the side to make it look more modern. Turning to the back, the black camera frame houses four camera sensors, where the main sensor is 64MP resolution. Accompanied by 8MP ultra wide-angle, 5MP macro and 2MP as a depth sensor.

And for the kitchen runway, ZTE entrusts a new chip from Unisoc, namely the Tiger T618 on the ZTE Blade V30. This chip has an octa-core CPU, exactly the same as the one used by Advan GX. Paired with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and an additional microSD card slot.

ZTE Blade V30 Vita Has a Bigger Screen

ZTE Blade V30 Vita

Providing a more affordable option, the ZTE Blade V30 Vita even provides a larger screen dimension at 6.82 inches. However, because the class is simpler, the resolution is downgraded to HD+. Including the front camera design that still uses a waterdrop notch, to store an 8MP sensor.

While on the back, the main sensor has also dropped the resolution to 48MP. Two other sensors are still available, except for the 8MP ultra wide-angle which is only provided for the ZTE Blade V30. The processors used are also octa-core, but ZTE does not explicitly mention the name and series. It only has a clock speed of 1.6 GHz.

Both ZTE Blade V30 series are both equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery capacity, but only the non-Vita version supports fast charging up to 18 watts. Already running Android 11, the interface uses MiFavor UI, typical of other ZTE devices.

Of the two series that have just been inaugurated in Mexico, the newly announced price is only the ZTE Blade V30, while the Vita version will follow in the future. With a price tag of MXN5,099 or around Rp. 3.7 million, the price is quite expensive. However, this is most likely a regional issue.

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