The Blade V8 Lite was seen on the official website of the WiFi Alliance getting certified. The certification which was issued yesterday lists the device as running Android 7.0 just like the Blade V8, and having support for just the 2.4GHz WiFi band. No other details were provided.
While we all know that the “Lite” means watered-down specs, we presume it should have at least 2GB of RAM, a HD display, and probably the same 5.2-inch display or a smaller 5-inch one.
One thing we do not expect it to have is dual-cameras like its siblings. And if the price tag doesn’t exceed the $150-$170 range, ZTE might have a winner with the Blade V8 Lite as there are very few phones at that price-point running Android Nougat.
Since the phone is already getting its certifications, chances are that it might launch soon.