ZTE participated at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference where it demoed some of its latest technologies. An interesting surprise that surfaced from the depth of the Chinese social media is a smartphone called ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G – it isn’t officially announced yet, but is scheduled to arrive in ten days, November 30.
The phone, also spotted at the Guangzhou Mobile Exhibition, will have a Snapdragon 765G chipset, two storage options and an OLED screen with curved sides.
There isn’t an official specs sheet yet, but the highlights have been confirmed by an info card placed in front of the phone. The selfie camera, hidden behind the waterdrop notch has a 20MP senosr, while on the back we have a quad setup with a 64MP main shooter and a ultrawide angleunit.
ZTE will launch the Blade 20 Pro 5G in two variants – one with 6GB RAM, the other with 8GB. The company promised the phone will support dual-network acceleration that allows the software to switch seamlessly between 5G and Wi-Fi where the next-gen connectivity is spotty.
We have to wait for ZTE to officially list the Blade 20 Pro 5G on its website to know the rest. Local sources claim the phone will cost around CNY1,799 ($275/€230), but that's also yet to be confirmed.