And then there's the ZTE Blade V9 Vita, a slightly toned down version of the V9 Blade.
The low-light camera also provides consumers greater freedom - we are no longer limited by daylight, and we no longer have to settle for less at night.
On the flip side is a large 5.7-inch, LCD 18:9 display, with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels.
"We are excited to work with ZTE and implement Android Oreo (Go edition) within our Snapdragon 210 Mobile Platform, as it means consumers get the reliability and security of an Android operating system without compromising on the experience, performance and capability on an affordable, excellent smartphone", said Nancy Fares, Vice President of Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Other stand-key specs include NFC, fingerprint reader, and a 3,100mAh battery.
Now over to the camera. The cameras aren't as high spec either - the rear cameras are a 13MP and 2MP pair, while the front camera has 8MP of resolution. The device also sports a 5 Megapixel of selfie shooter camera as Secondary Camera for taking selfies and making Video calls. The company might even revisit those 512MB devices. The 8 MP camera on the front is flawless for taking selfies. It is powered by Android Oreo (Go edition) so mobile experience should be good and fast enough. There is one let down. It also gets noteworthy features such as 3.5 mm audio jack and DTS audio which would please the audiophiles. ZTE Tempo Go is most likely the first Android Oreo Go Editionhandset to make its debut in the United States. It bears in 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory which is expandable via the microSD card slot.
For under $80, the ZTE Tempo Go provides the ideal complement of technologies and features, which also include a 5MP rear and 2MP front camera and a 2,200mAh battery that can last all day.
The phone will initially be available in selective markets in Europe, Mexico and China.