ZTE Blade Q, Blade Q Mini, Blade Q Maxi on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS launched

Chinese mobile phone major ZTE announced the launch of its Blade Q smartphones — Blade Q, Blade Q Mini and Blade Q Maxi — in a bid to increase market share. During the third quarter of 2013, Huawei and Lenovo, two Chinese rivals, strengthened their smartphone market share – are ahead of ZTE now.

All these phones — under the ZTE Blade Q brand — are on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. The new smartphones are Wi-Fi enabled.

The company claims that its previous Blade products achieved tremendous success in Europe. Its earlier Blade range includes ZTE Blade III, ZTE Blade III Pro, ZTE Blade V and ZTE Blade G — available in 23 countries in Europe.

AO Wen, general manager of ZTE Handset European Operation Office, said Blade handsets redefine value for money in the smartphone market.

Blade Q range launched in Europe

The main difference among these three phones is the screen size.

ZTE Blade Q Mini is a compact smartphone with a screen size of 4-inch.

ZTE Blade Q comes with 4.5-inch screen.

As the name suggests, the larger smartphone is the ZTE Blade Q Maxi featuring 5-inch screen.

Interestingly, all devices feature a dual-core 1.3 GHz dual core MTK processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM, internal memory and 21 MB/s HSPA+ connectivity.

5 MP camera with auto-focus and flash, and a panoramic shooting mode to capture the perfect picture is also common with the entire range.

The 5 MP camera was common for its previous successful series such as ZTE Blade III, ZTE Blade V and ZTE Blade G.

The mobile phone company has also opted for three different batteries. Blade Q Mini has 1500 mAh battery. 1800 mAh Lithium-Ion battery is powering Blade Q, while Blade Q Maxi sports 2000 mAh battery for long hours.



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