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ZTE Blade V10 Design

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ZTE Blade V10 Design – On the front panel is a large IPS display 6.3 inches. The resolution is 2280 × 1080 pixels, which gives 400 ppi. Pixel density is flagship, but frames do not break records in fineness. But the edges of the display are rounded, and the protective glass has a 2.5 D bend at the edges.

In the upper part there is a drop-shaped notch under the 32-megapixel “front-end”, above which the conversational speaker is located. At the bottom is just an empty chin. Without logos and sensors.

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The edges of the smartphone are rounded to the screen, however, the device does not roll and confidently holds in your hand. On the left side is a hybrid slot for a memory card and a SIM. The right side contains a monolithic volume key and a bright power button.

At the bottom is a Type-C connector, next to which is a speaker and microphone. At the top of the device you can find another microphone and a 3.5 mm jack for headphones.

The rear panel features a characteristic double cam projection. Next fingerprint scanner. Just below is the ZTE logo.

It is difficult not to note the overflow of the back cover. It looks interesting, but in practice it quickly becomes covered with prints. Plastic is used as a material, but the technological process involves obtaining the effect of ceramics, but only visually and by touch.

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