ZTE Blade L7 running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow certfifed by WiFi Alliance

ZTE’s Blade L series will soon get a new member. ZTE Blade L7 has showed up on WiFi Alliance hinting that its release is just round the corner.

The WiFi listing shows the ZTE Blade L7 running Android 6.0 Marshmallow which is an upgrade from the Android Lollipop found in its predecessor Blade L6. As is the usual case, other than the OS, no more info can be collected about the Blade L7 from WiFi listing leaving us to make our own safe bets.

Read: ZTE K813 spotted on GeekBench running Android 7.0 Nougat

Apparently, ZTE Blade L7 will be a budget offering carrying over 5 inch display. As Blade L6 carried 1GB RAM and 8GB native storage, we believe this should get an upgrade in Blade L7 to 2GB RAM and 16GB in-built storage. The battery might be kept intact at 2200mAH as well as the Quad-core Mediatek MT6580 SoC. Well, these specifications are purely based on assumptions. For a legit take, we will need to wait for some more reports to emerge or better still an official take on the product.

ZTE Blade L7 is not the only ZTE product waiting to be unveiled. In fact, the company has its hands more than full right now. A bunch of ZTE products have been doing the rounds of certification sites which include smartphones as well as Android tablets and phablets.

Read: ZTE Axon 7 Mini Update / ZTE Android 7.0 Nougat update

Source: WiFi Alliance

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  • Rishab Warrier

    after googling to see the images of the flip phone it looks cool and is also not very pricey and is a nice phone apt for people who love the flip styled phones

  • Vishal Giri

    specs r too weak, may be an extreme budget device for 50-60$ or so..

  • Ashwin Prasad

    Even the new releases running anything older than nougat is a big disappointment. I don’t see any reason why they shouldn’t run the latest.