ZTE Corporation today has finally unveiled 6 new smartphones and four new data card devices for its Indian customers. The six Android smartphones are priced between Rs 5,000 and Rs 15,000 and will be introducing these in the market soon.
The ZTE Blade L being the costliest of the range has a 5.0 inch WVGA 800×480 display. Price at Rs. 12,599/ the complete specifications are -
For Rs. 12,599 this does seem a bit lacking in specs when compared to the other phones in the same price range.
ZTE Blade G2 is another similarly priced mid range handset, but with a slightly more modest 4.5 inch screen with a 854×480 resolution. Priced at Rs. 11,599 the complete specifications are -
Another mid range offering from ZTE is the Blade E. Priced at Rs. 11,999, the complete specifications are -
The ZTE Blade C is a low end offering that comes at a cheaper price of Rs. 7,599. The complete specifications are -
Apart from the Blade range, ZTE has also launched the Grand X, its supposed flagship launch of its Indian portfolio with a 5 inch screen and a much lower end ZTE Kis Flex at Rs. 5,799.
The Kis Flex is undoubtedly a low end offering for first time smartphone users. Its complete specifications are -
Besides this, ZTE has also launched four 3G datacards under the Swift series. The cards come in four variants – Swift (7.2Mbps with Voice Call) priced for Rs 1,799, Swift Plus (14.4Mbps) priced for Rs 1,999, Swift WPlus (14.4Mbps with Wi-Fi) priced for Rs 2,250 and Swift Speed (21.6Mbps with Voice Call) priced for Rs 2,499.