ZTE launches Blade Spark smartphone with 5.5-inch display, 3140mAh battery for…

Isaac Cain
July 15, 2017

Just six months after the first official US launch of a ZTE Blade-series smartphone, the low-priced Android family has impressively managed to expand to US Cellular, Cricket Wireless and AT&T Prepaid already.

A new value-focused smartphone from ZTE is helping to extend the mobile biometrics revolution to more users.

ZTE has launched a new device on AT&Ts prepaid segment called the ZTE Blade Spark. The Spark is designed for use on AT&T Prepaid, the carrier's new branding for GoPhone, and runs just $99.

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Rounding out the ZTE Blade Spark's spec list is a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 425 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, microSD slot, and a 3,140mAh battery that you charge over USB Type-C. The rear panel of the handset houses a 13MP camera, LED flash module and fingerprint recognition button, while the top front panel features a 5MP selfie camera, sensors, and an earpiece.

Youll also be getting Android Nougat 7.1.1, which is nice, considering that a bunch of flagship devices are still proudly running 7.0.X. Sensors on the device include an Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted), Ambient light sensor and Proximity sensor. Dimensionally, the handset measures 156 x 77.7 x 9.65 mm and weighs around 173 grams.

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