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ZTE Blade V10 brings 32MP selfie camera with AI features | MWC 2019

25 February 2019 3

The major highlight of ZTE's MWC 2019 announcement was its first 5G phone named Axon 10 Pro 5G but that is not the only thing it announced. It also took the platform to unveil a rather affordable mid-range phone named ZTE Blade V10. It is a selfie-centric phone which means if clicking great selfies matters a lot to you, this might be the right device for you.

With ZTE Blade V10, the company is offering a 32-megapixel selfie camera with AI features. The two main AI features are Smart Selfie and Scene Recognition. The first one is aimed at making use of artificial intelligence to make necessary changes to the clicked photo for a better result. It means it should be able to adjust things like brightness and exposure automatically and result in a better-looking selfie. As for the second feature, it is all about detecting the scene and surroundings and then applying relevant settings.

In other features, the Blade V10 sports a 6.3-inch Full HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) display with a waterdrop-styled notch. Under the hood, it has an undisclosed octa-core processor. There are two configuration variants: 3GB RAM with 32GB onboard storage and 4GB RAM with 64GB onboard storage. On the back panel, it has a 16-megapixel and 5-megapixel dual rear camera setup.

There is a 3,200mAh battery to keep the lights on and it will be running Android 9 Pie out of the box. It also features a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It has been released in Blue, Black, and Green color options.

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ZTE Blade V10 brings 32MP selfie camera with AI features | MWC 2019
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The 48MP rear camera and has virtually become a norm in the category that it lies in. And with AI, 32MP selfie camera looks impressive.


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