The ZTE expands its range of affordable smartphones and we offer the ZTE Blade L2 a simple model that incorporates some interesting features, but the spirit keeps low-cost in its entire data sheet. This smartphone has a screen five inches, processor, quad core, mobile connectivity, 3G and camera eight megapixels. It is a terminal intended for users looking for a phone budget that will cover the basic requirements that are asked to a smartphone. We see all the details of ZTE Blade L2 below.
The ZTE bets on a wide screen, the sought function among the general public looking for a more satisfying viewing experience. The ZTE Blade L2 panel has a 5-inch TFT diagonal, although no accompanying resolution size. The distribution of the panel is 854 x 480 pixels, so the density remains at 196 dots per inch.
The design is one of the highlights of this model, which remains a range of entry in some respects, has a pretty appearance elegant and with good finishes. Its shape is rectangular and the corners are very sharp, but the edges are rounded slightly so that we do not dig into your hand to hold. The dimensions are 142.5 x 72.2 x 8.95 mm and weight 160 grams.
The ZTE Blade L2 has a rear camera of eight megapixels will allow us to capture images with wide enough to see them on a big screen and even print them on a generous size format. However megapixels do not offer higher quality, but this depends on other factors like the quality of the lens or the sensor type, which in this case is not specified. The camera accompanied by an LED flash for situations that need additional lighting, autofocus and also has a 1-megapixel front camera for video calls or self-photos. It also has other features such as HDR mode, the panoramic photos, continuous shooting (up to 99 maximum), control of exposure, effects of color, white balance, geo-tagging, face detection and video recording, but neither specified quality to have.
The device used is an Android, so it ensures that there will be good support for different formats of audio, video and images, so there will be no problems when playing different files.
The ZTE Blade L2 processor has a Mediatek, which is the mark that is often used in simpler smartphones. It is quad-core architecture with Cortex A7 and a clock frequency of 1.3 GHz. Accompanying it is a memory RAM of 1 GB. With this configuration, do not expect a particularly fast performance, but it will be enough to accomplish tasks more basic no problem.
Just as happens in most low-cost smartphones, the internal memory is one of its weakest points. In this case we have a background of 4 GB capacity, of which approximately half will be available if you subtract the space occupied by the system and pre-installed applications. ZTE offers at least the possibility of expanding capacity using memory cards MicroSD.
The operating system of ZTE Blade L2 is Android, but returns to defraud because it has a version that has become outdated, specifically Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Google Android 4.4 is now in KitKat, which is optimized for smartphones delivery with a modest technical background, but still opted for an older version. However, the ZTE Blade L2 has a package of services that Google introduced in all Smartphones to its mobile platform. Just take the phone out of the box we can login to our Google account (or create one if it were the case) to enjoy features like email Gmail, streaming videos from YouTube or suite Navigation Google Maps. There are also other features such as Google Drive, where you can store files and create documents, Picasa, Google Talk (now Hangouts) and more.
The ZTE Blade L2 is a simple, smart phone and therefore not within the group of the most advanced terminal connections, but is committed to 3G mobile connectivity, which incidentally has a top speed of 21 Mbps With that users can navigate from anywhere, but if you are at home, work or other location with free, may also use port WiFi integrated. Nor will the system could miss WiFi Hotspot, by which you can share the mobile connection and convert the terminal into a kind of portable modem. It also has Bluetooth 3.0, antenna GPS assisted a pin headphone connection and microUSB 2.0 for charging or transferring data.
The ZTE Blade L2 has a battery of 2,000 milliamps, a somewhat limited capacity when you consider that your screen is 5 inches. Normally the terminals of this size usually have a wider supply enough power to batteries. However, in this case ZTE has not provided information on autonomy. The ZTE Blade L2 is available in our country today April 1 for 150 euros in free format, no doubt highlight its point.