ZTE Blade V6 - 5 things we love

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ZTE Blade V6 - 5 things we love

ZTE might not be a household name like Samsung or Sony, but it’s one of the 10 biggest phone makers in the world. Now the company is expanding even further by launching the ZTE Blade V6 in the UK.

If you’re wondering whether it’s worth switching to a less well-known brand, here are the top five things to love about the ZTE Blade V6.

Premium design

If design is high on your checklist when looking for a new phone, the Blade V6 will grab your attention straight away. It’s smooth, curvy metallic body gives it a high-end look and feel that fits perfectly in your hand.

ZTE Blade V6

It’s also really thin. Measuring just 6.8mm thick, it’s thinner than the iPhone 6s or Samsung Galaxy S6.

Stock Android

A lot of Android phone makers add their own software to Google’s operating system, and it doesn’t always improve it. With the ZTE Blade V6, however, you get the stock Android experience, just how Google designed it. That helps to make navigating around the phone faster and ensures everything looks good.

ZTE Blade V6 cameraGreat cameras

ZTE has given the Blade V6 two very good cameras. Round the back, there’s a 13MP shooter that has a fast shutter and takes remarkably bright shots. And there are all the usual modes to help you get the perfect photo, like HDR, burst shot and panorama.

The 5MP front camera has a wide angle lens, so group selfies aren’t a problem. And because they’re 5MP photos, they’re really sharp for selfies.

Expandable storage

The Blade V6 has a decent amount of built in storage - 16GB - but if you need more for your music, apps and photos, you can add a microSD card. That gives you flexibility that you don’t often get in phones any more.

Price

The thing that makes the ZTE Blade V6 truly amazing is its price. You get everything above, and a lot more besides, for a bargain price whether you’re looking for a phone on contract or pay as you go.

There’s a lot to love about the ZTE Blade V6, and we think it’s a great choice for anyone looking for a budget smartphone. If the Blade V6 sounds up your street, follow this link to register your interest and keep up to date on all the latest smartphone news and releases.

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