ZTE has just certified another version of the Chinese Android, Blade V8. The upcoming Blade V8 Lite will be joining the Blade V8 and Blade V8 Pro siblings that made their debut during early days of 2017 at CES event. The ZTE Blade V8 Lite has received its Wi-Fi alliance wireless certification today.
Based in the way ZTE attributed the Lite version of the ZTE Blade V7, we can guess that the Blade V8 Lite will be sporting a 5.0-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution or maybe this year there will be a tiny upgrade and the handset will be packed with a full HD unit. The second case would be much better.
ZTE’s Blade line of devices for 2017 will be having versions in 5.5-inch (Blade V8 Pro), 5.2-inch (Blade V8), and the new 5.0-inch Blade V8 Lite. The smaller of the versions will also be running Android 7.0 Nougat and might also feature a front-facing fingerprint.
The Blade V8 Lite will be launching soon but the chances of it surprising us are tiny. The V8 is already a low-end handset in the terms of specifications, and expect less for the smaller version. Other expected features of the newly-certified phone consist of the dual-SIM support and Snapdragon 435 with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable internal storage.