ZTE debuts the Small Fresh 4 smartphone

ZTE debuts the Small Fresh 4 smartphone

The Chinese smartphone maker ZTE has announced a new budget smartphone, designed for the Chinese market. No wonder then that the device carries the rather strange Small Fresh 4 name.

The new smartphone comes equipped with a 5.2-inch display that works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and that features 2.5D technology on top. A MediaTek MT6753 processor runs the software that is installed on the Small Fresh 4; the clock speed of the chip is 1.5 GHz. The handset also has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by using the integrated microSD memory card slot. In addition to all this the device has a 13 MP camera in the back and a 5 MP front camera for selfies. The Small Fresh 4 runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow under the MiFavor 3.5 user’s interface.

In China the Small Fresh 4 costs 1090 CNY, which is about USD 163. The smartphone will be in stores on July 26 and will arrive in gold, rose gold and silver colors.

Source: VR-Zone.com

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