ZTE’s Blade V8 Pro, a revolutionary smartphone that gets you best photographic features for budget
The photographic capabilities of a smartphone are playing an increasingly large part of any mobile’s success. And ZTE’s latest smartphone, the Blade V8 Pro, looks to upgrade our photographic skills thanks to its dual-camera abilities which come at a fraction of the cost of its competitors.
The Blade V8 Pro was unveiled at this year’s CES 2017 and quickly leaped to our attention through the way that the device’s dual cameras enabled us all to achieve that sought-after bokeh effect, despite the smartphone’s street price being just $230. And when you realise that the device is also able to use its flash to deliver seven levels of brightness, it’s clear that this is a great new device for mobile photo fans.
However, it’s not just the 13MP dual-lens rear cameras that have helped the Chinese company deliver one of the first smartphone successes of 2017. This is because ZTE has also given the Blade V8 Pro a reassuring physical home button that even comes equipped with a fingerprint sensor to offer the user an extra level of security despite the budget price.
In terms of what’s under the hood, it’s a pleasure to find that the smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. This has become one of the most respected processors around due to the fact that it uses 35% less power consumption than its previous models so that its 3140 mAh battery can last all-day.
Such technology is helpful as the device is also adept at handling high-quality media without suffering performance issues. With brands like Lucky Nugget Casino providing games designed with mobile players in mind, it’s good to see how the ZTE Blade V8 Pro is packed with great features like a rich 5.5” Full HD display and Dolby Audio support to help improve the quality of the entertainment.
In addition to this, the device also comes equipped with a handy dual-SIM card feature that would be handy for any international traveler. Plus one of the SIM slots can also be used to add 128GB of memory, which is particularly useful for storing all of those high-quality photos.
So although 2017 has seen plenty of similar smartphones like the Huawei Honor 6x and the Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom, it seems as though for anyone with a taste for arty photographs and online roulette games, the ZTE Blade V8 Pro could be one of the breakthrough budget mobiles of 2017.