ZTE Blade V7 Lite Malaysia Review: A Stunning Entry-Level Smartphone
Today, you won’t always find an entry-level smartphone with impressive features and specifications like the ZTE Blade V7 Lite. It boasts a large battery life and decent screen quality, providing great value for your money. Here’s a rundown of its specifications and features.
Polished Design and Sleek Display
The V7 Lite’s design is similar to the traditional iPhone, sporting straight edges, and curved corners. On the back, the ZTE V7 Lite appears to look more like an Android device with a camera lens placed at the centre. You can also see the capacitive home, menu, and back keys below its 5-inch display. Speaking of which, it offers an excellent amount of brightness for its price tag under bright outdoor conditions. The screen also provides a well-balanced, icy tint which you can configure to make the display look warmer.
As expected for an entry-level device, the Blade V7 Lite is equipped with a less cutting-edge Mediatek MT6735P and a 2 GB of RAM, which allow the device to run apps and play mid-range mobile games with no issues. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor - a rare feature in entry-level smartphones, which works really well. As for gaming performance, the Blade V7 Lite can play mid-range games like Dead Trigger 2 even on high settings.
With a 13-MP rear snapper and an 8-MP front sensor, the Blade V7 Lite offers a decent camera performance. It has quality-enhancing modes that improve the appearance of photos such as HDR. Aside from that, the Blade V7 Lite excels at close up shots, providing satisfactory detail and an impressive bokeh effect in decent lighting. For a low-end device, the ZTE Blade V7 Lite’s is one of the devices whose camera performance keeps up with the general standards.
Impressive Battery Life
The Blade 7 Lite takes pride in its large battery life and impressive performance. Although it houses a 2500mAh battery, the device’s modest specifications allow it to extend its battery’s lifespan. Since it doesn’t cast too much brightness and has a low-end chipset, the Blade 7 Lite is frugal on battery, allowing it to get through a full day under moderate usage with power to spare.