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ZTE Blade V40 Pro unveiled with UNISOC T618 chip

Chinese phone maker ZTE today makes the Blade V40 Pro official as the brand reveals the full specification sheet of the device on its website. It’s a low-end handset with underwhelming features at an expensive price.

For starters, the Blade V40 Pro boasts a 6.67-inch Full HD+ display in an AMOLED panel. It has a standard 60Hz refresh rate and is equipped with a punch-hole camera for the 16MP selfie snapper. On the back is a triple-camera setup comprised of 64MP primary, 5MP macro, and 2MP depth units.

Inside is the 12nm UNISOC T618 chip, coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage with a dedicated microSD slot for further expansion. The RAM can be expanded virtually by up to 4GB although the phone still boots a dated Android 11-based MyOS 11. Battery-wise, the phone packs a 5,100mAh battery with 65W fast charging tech. Other key features include a fingerprint sensor and a headphone jack.

Pricing & Availability

The ZTE Blade V40 Pro is available in two colorways ranging from Green and Aurora and carries a price tag of US $365 (~roughly PHP 20.3K) for the 6GB + 128GB memory configuration. The phone is now on sale in Mexico.

Via: GIZGUIDE, GSMArena, Source: ZTE