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ZTE's Newest Budget-Friendly Phone Comes With a Fingerprint Sensor

ZTE Blade Spark
Nowadays, the smartphone industry is becoming more and more competitive. Manufacturers have started leveling up their game by making budget smartphones up to par with the more expensive models. One of the newest budget-friendly devices to have respectable specs is ZTE's Blade Spark.

The Blade Spark comes equipped with a 5.5-inch HD screen. There is a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and another 5-megapixel front-facing camera that includes a selfie button. Powering the phone from within is a Snapdragon 425 processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB expandable storage. Even though the device costs under $100, it already has a fingerprint scanner and a USB-C port. Upon release, the phone runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

As of this writing, the ZTE Blade Spark looks to be a device exclusive to AT&T Prepaid (formerly AT&T GoPhone). If this is something you're okay with, you can go ahead and pick up a phone from AT&T's website or stores today.


Source: AndroidPolice

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  1. It's been on sale at Best Buy for over a week. At first, it was branded as a GoPhone but they caught that and changed it to ATT Prepaid. Have an Alcatel IdealXcite on order from Walmart - $29.99 (was $49.99). Will interested to see which packaging is sent.

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  2. 32GB of storage is the new normal.

    ZTE needs to get with the times, especially since many desktop services have an app-only mobile strategy.

    And as app sizes balloon, they wind up occupying more space than apps did a few years ago, back when 16GB was still enough.

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    1. The Metro pcs version of this phone has 32gb built in.
      Say what you want about coverage, but metro pcs always seems to get the best versions of phones compared to Boost or cricket.

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  3. Be aware chinese phones.. They might stealing your personal information.

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    1. Yes.. that is why I buy only smartphones with no Chinese parts.

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    2. Relax, anon.

      The FBI and NSA are already monitoring everything you do online.

      They just can't sort through it all, which is the problem with broad, sweeping surveillance vs targeting/profiling.

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  4. Isn't it just the same hardware as the Cricket ZTE Grand X4 which has been out since April? It's just Nougat not Marshmallow and $20 more....

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    1. It also works on ATT, Cricket and any ATT MVNO. The Grand X 4 only works on Cricket unless you get it unlocked.

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    2. Yes, the specs appear identical except for the Android version. There are some styling differences but nothing significant that I can see.

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    3. I expect Walmart to drop the price to $79 shortly after they start selling it.

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  5. Waiting for dual band wifi hotspot.

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