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Review: ZTE Blade A2 Plus
It seems a time of comebacks in various fields and also technology where some who were almost into oblivion making a sudden but strong appearance, and this ZTE Blade A2 Plus is sharp but will it able to cut through the competition well time will tell.
BATTERY LIFE – Is on Steroids it seems, what with 5000 mAh of juice at your service, so can’t complain if the biggest drawback in most of the phones is concerned.
DISPLAY – 5.5 FHD is crisp and sharp, as 1080×1920 more than justifies this price point.
PROCESSOR – Octacore with 4GB RAM gives a performance which is fast and pacy with no glitches.
MEMORY – Internal Storage of 32 GB expandable to 128 GB is welcomed.
FINGERPRINT SCANNER – Is responsive at the back, near the camera, can do multiple functions but why near the camera, hopefully, multiple functions doesn’t mean touching the camera lens by mistake.
WEIGHT – Not that heavy but nor light may not be thin and sleek actually is refreshingly strong but not overly thick of 189 grams fits the bill.
CAMERA – The Rear camera is 13 MP with dual LED Flash.
Front Camera has a 8 MP selfie clicks which are decent but the addition of beauty bode raises its stock.
SHOULD YOU BUY IT? Well, you can be gauged from the fact that it’s crossed more than 69 million buyers and the target is to touch 100 million. So overall it has achieved what it’s set out to, if looking for a battery which lasts easily on heavy duty and has specs which may not create fear in high-end phones but definitely satisfy whosoever buys it with a particular budget they expecting, will not be disappointed.
Note – Android NOUGAT 7.0 update available.