ZTE announced the ZTE Blade D6 and its first ever smart home gateway, the ZTE SmartHome, at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015.
The two devices are on display at the MWC Shanghai, alongside a range of other innovative ZTE smart devices.
"We're delighted to unveil both our first ever smart home gateway and the latest rendition in our affordable premium Blade series at this year's Mobile World Congress Shanghai," said Adam Zeng, CEO, ZTE Mobile Device.
"The smart home revolution is fast upon us, and our strong track record in R&D has allowed us to deliver an innovative product to support this emerging trend," he added.
The ZTE SmartHome allows users to communicate with everyday home devices from light switches to baby monitors via wireless protocol, ZigBee, and as well as 4G LTE connections. A mobile application for smartphones and tablets allows quick and easy control over a broad range of smart home devices, covering home management, home security, and health and safety.
The ZTE Blade D6 smartphone sports a 5 inch display at 720x1280 pixels resolution. It is powered by a qual-core 1.3GHz chipset, paired with 2GB of RAM and runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop along with ZTE's customization user interface: MiFavor 3.2 on top.
Furthermore it comes with 13MP rear camera that features a True Tone flash and a 5MP front-facing camera. The camera comes loaded with number of pre-installed photography features like beautification, smile shutter, continuous shooting and auto panorama.
The smartphone will be made available in the next few month. It comes in four color models: pink, gold, gray and silver.