The latest devices in ZTE’s portfolio are two affordable 4G midranges dubbed Blade V30 and Blade V30 Vita. They were launched in Mexico and offer large IPS LCD screens, 48 MP/64 MP main cameras and 5,000 mAh batteries.
The Blade V30 contains a 6.67-inch FHD+ panel with a punched cutout for the 16MP selfie camera while the Vita climbs to 6.8 inches but reduces the resolution to 720 x 1640 pixels. There’s a solid chin on the Vita as well as a waterdrop-shaped notch for the 8MP selfie camera.
Bypassing the rear we find a 64 MP main shooter on the Blade V30 accompanied by an ultra-wide 8 MP snapper, a 5 MP macro camera and a 2 MP depth assistant. The Vita opts for a 48 MP main shooter and keeps the 5 MP macro and 2 MP depth cameras. Blade V30 brings an octa-core Unisoc Tiger T618 chipset combined with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage via microSD. Blade V30 Vita spots an unnamed octa-core chipset clocked at 1.6 GHz.
ZTE Blade V30 Vita
The batteries of both phones reach 5,000 mAh, although the regular V30 also comes with an 18W charge. Both phones start Android 11 with ZTE’s MiFavor UI on top.
The ZTE Blade V30 is available in black and gradient colors cost MXN 5,099 ($256). The price of the V30 Vita has not been mentioned. The global availability of the two handsets has not yet been detailed.