A new leaked picture and a screenshot from the Wifi certification authority revealed the ZTE Blade A520.
The certification has revealed some key information with regards to the model.
In a previous report, it was confirmed that the Blade A520 has already been approved by the FCC and is set for launched in the United States. The latest update confirmed that the phone has been approved by the Wifi Alliance, the WFA and based on the page, it runs on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. The OS is now a must have for all Android lovers because of its improved performance, new features and it makes most phones worthy to be identified as models launched in 2017.
The official support page for ZTE is already live for Blade A520 which indicates that the company may be getting ready to launch it anytime soon, reports GSMArena. Despite all the releases available, there is still no word on the specifications of the phone. Based on the Wifi certification, it is known that the phone runs on Nougat and is powered by a 2,400 mAh battery.
A couple of pictures of the phone and its measurements are published online. It gives us a good idea of how the ZTE Blade A520 will look like and it’s overall metal frame finish. Plastic materials will obviously used in some areas but when the original model lands in stores, we can confirm how premium it looks.
It seems to have a metal frame on all sides making it easier to get best signal reception while the front and back seems to have plastic combined with glass material. Without actual information available on the specifications of the device, it is difficult to assume in which category it falls in. The ZTE Blade A520 has high chances of being a mid range model based on these updates. Check out for the official info when it’s made available by ZTE.
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