Recently, a new ZTE device called ZTE Blade A51 got approval from some certification authorities like the Federal Communications Commission and the Bluetooth SIG.
According to the phone’s Bluetooth listing, it will arrive with support for Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity.
Meanwhile, some of the specifications and live images of the Blade A51 have surfaced online, thanks to its FCC listing.
According to the FCC listing, the Blade A51 will arrive as an entry-level device. Its Bluetooth connectivity also confirms this as no high-end smartphone will come with the stale Bluetooth 4.2.
The Blade A51 will house a 6.1-inch display, which may be an LCD panel considering that it is a budget phone. The live pictures of the phone reveal that it has a waterdrop notch that will house the front-facing camera.
On the inside, a Spreadtrum branded processor controls the operations of the ZTE Blade A51.
Further, the back panel is produced from polycarbonate material, and it features a fingerprint scanner and a rectangular-shaped camera module.
Presently, the configurations of the lenses on both sides of the ZTE Blade A51 are unknown.
However, the ZTE Blade A51 will come with a moderate 3,200mAh battery. It will ship with an in-box charger that supports only 5W charging.
For connectivity, the handset supports LTE, a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The right spine of the Blade A51 houses the volume controls and the power button while the SIM slot takes solace on the left side of the phone.
There is no word on the cost and availability of the ZTE Blade A51 presently, but the certifications suggest that the entry-level phone will arrive soon.