ZTE Blade V8 Pro: Will it make it to Nepal?


The ZTE Blade V8 pro which was recently launched at CES 2017 has gone on sale today in the US for $230. The phone packs some interesting set of feature and specs all for an affordable price tag. But the main question is, will the phone make its way here to Nepal?


Before we answer that question let’s first see what the phone has to offer. The ZTE Blade V8 Pro packs a 5.5 inch Full HD IPS display with a pixel density of 401 PPI. The display is also covered by Gorilla Glass 3 giving it protection against drops and scratches. The phone comes encased in a metal chassis with a textured plastic back cover. Under the hood, the V8 Pro rocks the octa-core Qualcomm MSM8953 Snapdragon 625 processor coupled with the Adreno 506 GPU. The processor is backed up by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The storage can be further expanded via a micro-sd card up to 256GB. The phone also does support dual sim cards but only at the expense of the micro-sd card.

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The ZTE V8 Pro following the current trend packs rear dual cameras both of which are at 13MP. The secondary sensor just like on the iPhone 7 is used for zooming and depth functionality. The phone also packs an 8MP front camera for all your selfies. In the software side of things, the V8 Pro runs Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow) with ZTE’s own custom skin, MiFavor UI overlayed on top of it. The phone also has a fingerprint scanner embedded into its front home button. Other sensors include a gyroscope, accelerometer, proximity, and compass. And finally, powering the device all up is a non-user removable 3140mAh battery. This will be more than enough to get users a full day of moderate to heavy usage without any problem.


So, in conclusion, the ZTE Blade V8 Pro looks to be an amazing smartphone with decent specs and a competitive price tag. Will the phone make its way to Nepal? Well with ZTE Nepal being so vigorous in bringing new smartphone into the Nepalese market, there is a high possibility that the phone might make it here. And if it does make it here to Nepal there is no doubt the phone will be priced very competitively around Rs 28,000. We would love to see this smartphone here in the Nepalese market. What about you? Are you looking forward to buying this smartphone? Do let us know in the comments down below.


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