A ZTE Blade A3v has appeared on the Google Play Console, model name Z5157V. Its a simple device, quite similar to the Blade A3 Prime that launched on Yahoo Mobile and Visible earlier this month at just $99. Both of these are Verizon-based MVNO networks by the way and that v in the model name suggests that that the new handset is likely on end up on that carrier as well.
The phone runs Android 10 on a MediaTek Helio A22 chipset quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU at 2.0 GHz and a PowerVR GE8300 GPU (660 MHz). Its connected to 2 GB of RAM, no word on the storage.
The screen has 720 x 1,440 px resolution and a pixel density around 320 dpi (GPC reports rounded values). This suggests that the screen will be around 5 in size that makes sense as the Blade A3 (2019) has a 5.0 screen while the A3 Prime is bigger with a 5.45 screen.
The ZTE Blade A3v was certified by both the FCC and the Bluetooth SIG in May, so its only waiting for a convenient time to launch. Dont expect a flashy event though, most likely it will quietly show up in stores (again, probably Verizons or one of its partner networks).