ZTE has added another phone to its V40 lineup of smartphones, and it’s called ZTE Blade V40. The folks over CrazReview from Bangladesh had their hands-on the ZTE Blade V40, and some f the key specifications of this handset have also been revealed.
The ZTE Blade V40 is an entry-level Android phone, which is running on a 12nm Unisoc T616 chipset, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB built-in storage. The handset will come preinstalled with the outdated Android 12 OS based MyOS 12 skin customizations. The manufacturer will release the Android 13 update after launching the phones.
There is no word on the display panel of the device. Looking at the video, we expect the phone will be offered with 6.6-inch display. For photography, it has a triple camera setup, consisting of a 50-megapixel camera, along with depth and or macro shooters. The ZTE Blade V40 handset will be backed up by a 4,500mAh battery with unknown charging speeds.
The source claims that the ZTE Blade V40 will be priced at around BDT 17,999 in Bangladesh, or around INR 13,800 in India, which is approximately $160. ZTE is expected to launch this handset in early February.