ZTE is not staying quiet at IFA 2014. The manufacturer has announced a dynamic trio of devices to fit multiple kinds of users. They do lean more towards the affordable side of the spectrum, but they are capable and perform fairly well.
ZTE’s new devices are the Blade Vec 4G,Blade Vec 3G and the Kis 3 Max. As you can assume, the former two smartphones are very much alike, but they come with different specs. Also, there is the obvious difference that one comes with 4G connectivity while the other is limited to 3G.
The Blade Vec 4G comes with a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 13MP/8MP rear camera (depends on region, a 2MP/1MP camera (also depends on region) and 16 GB of internal storage. The 3G ZTE Blade Vec comes with a Mediatek MT6582 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8MP/5MP cameras and Android 4.4.
Turn to the ZTE Kis 3 Max and you will find a smaller 4.5-inch phone powered by a Mediatek MT6572 processor. It also sports 512 MB of RAM and 5 MP/2MP cameras.
All this talk about specs, but we know all you want to know is how much these will cost. Well, the ZTE Kis 3 Max may have very low-end specs, but it is also priced at a mere 99 Euros! That is a steal, guys!
The ZTE Blade Vec 4G and Blade Vec 3G can be had for 230 Euros and 180 Euros, accordingly.