ZTE attended the China Mobile Global Partners Conference to demonstrate some of the latest technologies. An interesting surprise that emerged from the depths of Chinese social media is a smartphone called the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G. It has not been officially announced yet, but will arrive 10 days after November 30th.
Also seen at the Guangzhou Mobile Exhibition, the phone will feature a Snapdragon 765G chipset, two storage options, and a curved side OLED screen.
There is no official spec sheet yet, but the highlights are confirmed by an information card placed in front of the phone. Hidden behind the waterdrop notch, the selfie camera has a 20MP Sensor, and on the back is a quad setup with a 64MP main shooter and a super wide-angle unit.
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ZTE will release the Blade 20 Pro 5G in two variations. One is 6GB RAM and the other is 8GB. The company has promised that the phone will support dual network acceleration. This allows the software to seamlessly switch between 5G and Wi-Fi, which have poor next-generation connectivity.
You need to wait for ZTE to officially post the Blade 20 Pro 5G on its website and know the rest. According to local sources, the phone price is around RMB1,799 ($ 275/230 euros), which has not yet been confirmed.