ZTE Launches the Blade III Pro and Blade C
ZTE launches the Blade C and Blade III Pro. Ah, another set of ZTE smart phones! The last we heard from ZTE was the announcement of the ZTE Director which has comfortably made its home with US Cellular. Shortly before the Directors launch the Intel Powered Geek, and previous to that the Boost Force. Today a new set of Android ready smart phones have emerged from the company’s secret box of new devices. ZTE has made official the ZTE Blade III Pro and the Blade C, let’s take a look at what makes them go!
Firstly, both the ZTE Blade III Pro and the Blade C devices are currently only available in Hong Kong. They Blade C will cost you about 1,280 HKD which translates into about $165 bucks, while the Blade III Pro will run potential
customers 1,500 HKD about $193. While the Blade C is considered an entry level device the Blade III Pro is only slightly better in terms of specs. Announced back in January, the Blade C starts with a 4 inch 480×800 touch screen that offers up 233 pixels per inch. Inside of its 11mm build the Blade C offers up a MediaTek MT6577 system chip that uses a dual core 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, a PowerVR SGX531 GPU, 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of built in storage. The Blade C also packs in a 3 mega pixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and micro USB connectivity. Running Android version 4.1 and packing a 1600 mAh battery the Blade C sounds to be a solid little handset. The Blade III Pro brings up the spec sheet a smidge while running a dual core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm made MSM8225 chipset, 512 MB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory. It runs with a 5 mega pixel camera, expandable microSD memory and as well as a 1600 mAh battery. The Blade III Pro uses a 4 inch WVGA touch screen and also uses the power of Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
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