MWC Shanghai 2015: ZTE unveils ZTE Blade D6 and ZTE SmartHome

ZTE Blade_D6

ZTE has unveiled the ZTE Blade D6 and its first ever smart home gateway, the ZTE SmartHome, at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015.

Announcing the launch of the new products, Adam Zeng, CEO, ZTE Mobile Device, said, “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.”

The ZTE SmartHome enables 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 device also supports EDGE/GPRS/GSM Quad Band; DC-HSPA+ /HSPA/UMTS Band 1,2,4,5,8; LTE FDD Band 1,2,4(3),5,7,8,20(12,13,17,28), IPv6 and more.

ZTE Blade_D6

ZTE Blade D6 is a 5-inch smartphone designed for selfie lovers. The Blade D6 sports an 88-degree wide-angle 5 megapixel front facing camera, and its ultra-high-definition 13 megapixel rear camera comes with True Tone flash.

The device comes with a number of pre-installed photography features, such as beautification options, a smile shutter function, high definition continuous shooting and auto panorama, add to the device’s premium camera experience.

Weighing just 120g and at 6.95mm thin, the device fits into a lightweight high-grade 6013 aluminum alloy body. The Blade D6 runs off a qual-core 1.3GHz chipset and 2GB of RAM, and comes out of the box with Android 5.0 Lollipop with the latest rendition of ZTE’s customizable user interface – MiFavor 3.2.

A unique feature to the ZTE Blade D6 is its ‘3 in 2’ innovative tray holder that can accommodate a micro SIM, as well as either an additional nano SIM or a micro SD card, all in the same tray holder.

Blade D6 will be made available in four color variants – pink, gold, gray and silver, across markets such as Australia, Russia and Japan.

Rajani Baburajan

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