A new phone named the ZTE Blade A51 has received certifications from the Bluetooth SIG and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorities. The Bluetooth listing has revealed that it carries support for Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. The key specs and live shots that have surfaced through FCC listing reveals that the Blade A51 is an entry-level phone.
The live shots show that the ZTE Blade A51 has a waterdrop notch screen of around 6.1 inches. Being in a low-budget phone, it seems to be with an LCD panel.
The backside of the smartphone is made of polycarbonate material. A fingerprint scanner and a rectangle-shaped camera module are present on the rear shell. The right edge of the phone has a volume rocker and a power key. A SIM card slot is placed on the left spine.
The handset houses a 3,200mAh battery and the charger that will accompany it supports only 5W charging. The bottom edge of the phone has a USB-C slot and a speaker grille. A 3.5mm audio jack is available on the top side of the phone.
The ZTE Blade A51 is driven by a Spreadtrum branded chipset and carries support for LTE and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi. The retail package of the device is likely to include a charger cable and a pair of earphones.
The other specifications of the ZTE Blade A51 are under wraps. Also, there is no word on its pricing and availability. With FCC and Bluetooth certifications under the belt, the Blade A51 is expected to go official soon.
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