ZTE launches Blade S7 with 13MP selfie camera, 5" LTPS display and fingerprint scanner

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    ZTE has unveiled the latest of smartphones in its Blade-series, the Blade S7. The Blade S7 has a 13 MP selfie camera and is made for selfie lovers. ZTE aims to cash in on the trend of taking selfies and has thereby come out with the phone.

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    The Blade S7 has a front and rear camera, both which sport a 13 MP camera. The phone's highlight is however, the 13 MP selfie camera on the front. The rear camera has a 13MP sensor and a LED flash. The selfie camera has a has a PDAF or the phase detection autofocus, Panorama shot as well. It allows to edit with 14 different types of beautification options. The smartphone's rear camera 13 MP sensor has a auto shooting mode, selective focus as well as laser auto focus.

    ZTE launches Blade S7 with 13MP selfie camera and fingerprint scanner

    The ZTE Blade S7 runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop with a MiFavor 3.2 UI. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 64 bit processor along with 3GB of DDR3 RAM and an inbuilt storage of 32GB.

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    The Blade S7 sports a 5" FHD screen (1080x1920) with LTPS display and 445ppi pixel density. The smartphone comes with aluminium alloy frames. It has a Gorilla Glass 3 finish on the front and the back to prevent cracks. The 4G smartphone has all the usual connectivity options and is 7.2 mm thick

    While the company is yet to release the phone, ZTE revelaed that the phone will be first available in Thailand and after which it will go for sale in other countries in Asia-Pacific region.The phone will be available in four different colors - The Lemon Gree, Rose Gold, Diamond White and Space Grey.

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