Alongside the new Blade V7 Lite, ZTE Malaysia has also launched another new model under its Blade smartphone series called Blade V7 Max. As implied by its name, the new smartphone is a higher-end model within the Blade V7 series and was originally introduced in China last month.
Just like the Blade V7 Lite, the new Blade V7 Max also features metal body although it is much slimmer at 7.2mm and carries a bigger 5.5-inch full HD (1920 x 1080) display. It is also much more powerful in terms of firepower due to its 1.8GHz MediaTek Helio P10 octa-core processor alongside 3GB of RAM. Pre-installed with Android 6.0, it also carries 32GB internal storage and supports microSD card.
The Blade V7 Max also comes with a fingerprint sensor but instead of located on its rear, ZTE has equipped the sensor on the right side of the device. Furthermore, it is not integrated with the phone’s power button which means that both the fingerprint sensor and the power button existed separately.
In terms of photography, the Blade V7 Max relies of the 16-megapixels PDAF camera as its main snapper together with an 8-megapixels front camera. Not to forget, the LTE-enabled dual SIM smartphone also features a USB Type-C port and 3,000 mAh battery.
Priced at RM 999, the new ZTE Blade V7 Max is scheduled for release into Malaysia by the end of May. To learn more about the device, keep a look for further information through ZTE Malaysia’s Facebook page.