Company ZTE recently released new not pricey Android 4.4 smartphone Blade Q Lux 3G with 4.5″ multitouch IPS screen with 480 x 854 pixels resolution, 2-cores processor MediaTek MT6572M with 1 GHz frequency and 512 MB of RAM, which costs around 60 USD. In it also are built-in : 4 GB of on-board memory with ability to extend via Micro SD flash cards with 32 GB max capacity ( larger are, probably, also supported ) and 2 Micro SIM cards slots. Smartphone can work in 2G ( GSM 900, 1800 and 1900 ) and 3G networks, without 4G LTE support; it supports GPS satellite navigation system and proximity, lighting and acceleration sensors.
In ZTE Blade Q Lux 3G two not bad for smartphones of such price cameras are placed : 8 MP main one with LED flash and autofocusing and 2 MP frontal one; it supports wireless Wi-Fi ( 802.11b/g/n ) and Bluetooth 3.0 ( +EDR, +A2DP ) for remote data transfers and communications with other devices, without NFC support. On its external panels following are placed : Micro USB port for connection with computer and Li-ion battery charging, 1/8″ mini jack headset connector, microphone and speaker and power and volume control buttons. Battery charge is 2200 mAh, which is enough for 16 hours of talking or 308 hours of stand-by time; its body is made from plastic, its sizes are 67.5 ( width ) x 134.5 ( height ) x 10.3 ( depth ) mm and mass is 144 g.
Package contains : ZTE Blade Q Lux 3G smartphone itself, recharger, USB cable, headset, warranty card and user’s guide. For its price – this is a good smartphone, for approximately the same amount of money there is ability to buy entry-level Windows Microsoft Lumia smartphones and Android or Windows tablet PCs with larger screens, powerful systems and ability to be used as phone. So, among them there is need to chose, based on personal taste and convenience of use.