Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

The ZTE Blade Spark is a $99 device with a fingerprint reader

The ZTE Blade Spark is a $99 device with a fingerprint reader

Just six months after the first official US launch of a ZTE Blade-series smartphone, the low-priced Android family has impressively managed to expand to US Cellular, Cricket Wireless and AT&T Prepaid already.

Carried a price tag of $99.99 (Rs. 6,450), the new ZTE Blade Spark is now already made available for purchase in the U.S. exclusively via AT&T Prepaid carrier and other major retail stores across the country in Gray colour option.

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Design wise, the ZTE Blade Spark sports a sleek metal unibody design with metal frame all around giving it an overall premium look. Below the rear camera is a fingerprint reader, and below the front camera is a 5.5-inch 1280×720 display.

On the imaging front, ZTE Blade Spark rocks 13MP rear camera and 5MP camera at the front for clicking selfies.

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Ma Bell's recently rebranded no-contract cell service welcomes an even cheaper device than the $150 Blade X Max today, obviously letting ZTE Blade Spark buyers take advantage of the carrier's "best promotion to date". It also runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box, and is powered by the entry-level Snapdragon 425. There's also a 3,140mAh battery powering the Blade Spark, and when you need to recharge that battery, you'll do so over USB Type-C.

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