ZTE launches a trio of Blade Q Android smartphones

ZTE has launched three new Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS powered smartphones dubbed as ZTE Blade Q, ZTE Blade Q Mini and ZTE Blade Q Maxi, in the European market. It looks like ZTE is also following the footsteps of the bigger players in the market like HTC and Samsung, by launching basic, mini and plus sized variant of a single device. Company hasn’t yet announced the price and the global availability date for these new phones.

ZTE Blade Q offers a 4.5inch TFT display with the resolution of 480*854 pixels and powered by a decent 1800mAh battery.

ZTE Blade Q Mini, being the smallest device of the trio, comes with a 4inch TFT display with the resolution of 480*800 pixels and comes with the smallest battery too – a 1500mAh unit.

The last in the list, ZTE Blade Q Maxi comes with the biggest 5inch TFT display with the resolution of 480*854 pixels. It also has the biggest 2000mAh battery under the hood.

All of these three devices share common features under the hood except the display. They are all powered by a dual core 1.3 GHz Cortex A7 processor along with 1GB of RAM and Mali-400 graphics processor. The trio also offers 5MP rear camera capable of 720p quality video recording and a VGA front facing shooter. The phones come with 4GB of internal storage which is further expandable via microSD card slot.

These devices also share similar connectivity features like, 3G with HSPA support, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM Radio. We will update you more when the new ZTE devices will be available to buy in India, so keep an eye on the blog for regular updates.

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