You can find out more details about the new ZTE Blade D6 over at the company’s website at the link below, as yet there are no details on pricing. The Blade D6 runs Android 5.0 Lollipop underneath ZTE’s own MiFavor 3.2 UI.
ZTE, after launching its premium smartphone dubbed Axon in the USA, on Wednesday launched its mid-range ZTE Blade D6 in the ongoing Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015. It houses a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) resolution IPS display and is powered by a 64-bit 1.3GHz quad-core Mediatek MT6735 processor.
Called ZTE Blade D6, the new smartphone resembles the Blade S6 and Blade S6 Plus that ZTE released earlier this year, which means it kind of looks like Apple’s iPhone 6.
The Blade D6 is ideal for selfie addicts who only want the best self-portraits to fill up their social network profiles.
Furthermore it comes with 13MP rear camera that features a True Tone flash and a 5MP front-facing camera. A number of pre-installed photography features, such as beautification options, a smile shutter function, high definition continuous shooting and auto panorama. As for the specs, they are about what we expect from a mid-ranger in 2015 aside from a hybrid Dual-SIM setup that allows you to use your secondary slot for a microSD card. The smartphone is scheduled to roll out within the next few months in Russian Federation, Australia and Japan in Silver, Pink, Gold and Grey.
The ZTE SmartHome enables users to communicate with everyday home devices from light switches to baby monitors by way of wireless protocol, ZigBee, and as well as 4G LTE connections.