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ZTE Blade A320 Smartphone Passes the FCC Certification Process

The ZTE Blade A320 Smartphone recently passed the FCC certification process and it seems that the device will support LTE, WCDMA, and GSM networks. The smartphone will be able to connect to LTE networks which have Bands 2, 4, 5, 7, and 28.

ZTE Blade A320
ZTE Blade A320 gets certified with FCC

Sources also say that the ZTE Blade A320 Smartphone would support 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity as well. However, the device is also suitable for connecting to Bluetooth Low Power which certainly can help the gadget to get connected to wireless peripherals.

However, the back of the smartphone by ZTE is removable which will allow the users to get an access to single microSIM card slot along with a single microSDXC card slot, as per reports.

Coming to the battery front of the ZTE Blade A320 Smartphone, it is not that impressive as it packs a 2200mAh removable battery which is extremely small and can get exhausted quite easily. However, the camera specifications or the display screen feature has not been stated or revealed until now due to which the users are looking forward to known about those certain specifications.

Nevertheless, the smartphone developed by the Chinese tech company is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and this might be an impressive part of the device.

These days the competition among the Chinese technology companies are immense and only a few have been able to create a mark of their own. Zte did get noticed by users for some of the devices that the company has developed but sometimes few of the other gadgets has not been well received as well.

By looking at the battery specifications of the ZTE Blade A320 Smartphone, it would not turn out to be an impressive part about the phone. Therefore, it may or may not get appreciated by the users.

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