While we are eagerly waiting for the upcoming ZTE flagship, the ZTE Star 3, it looks like the company has other mid-range devices in store for us too. Recently, a new ZTE model called as the ZTE S2010 hit TENAA featuring mid-range specs inside a beautiful metal body.
According to the listing, the ZTE S2010 comes with a 1.3Ghz octa-core chip (could be MT6753) along with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage which can be expandable up to 32GB via MicroSD. The phone will be quite slim measuring just 7.4mm and will be lightweight too weighing about 124 grams. This is quite impressive given that it looks like the phone will be made out of metal.
The display will be of 5-inches with 720p resolution. There will be an 8MP shooter at the back along with a 5MP front facing camera. One of the highlights of the device will be its software, as it runs on the latest Android 5.1 version.
Overall a decent mid-ranger. But we still have no idea about the phone’s pricing, but traditionally, ZTE offers its lower mid-range devices around 1599 Yuan. If that’s the case, the company will face stiff competition from cheaper alternatives like Meizu M1 Note and Lenovo K3 Note.