CameraBoth the Blade V9 and V9 Vita have dual-camera configurations, though the megapixel counts do differ.
From last year's Blade V8 Pro, Blade V9 has upped the value with a brand new design, updated specifications, and Android Oreo out-of-the-box. These feature a metal frame sandwiched between the glass panels. However, the biggest difference comes in form of display and hardware. Having said that, both the ZTE Blade V9 and Blade V9 VITA sport fullHD+ (2160 x 1080) displays, the Blade V9 comes with a 5.7-inch display, while the Blade V9 VITA offers a 5.45-inch display. ZTE have also suggested its capability of taking quality low light photographs.
ZTE's one of those workhorse smartphone companies you don't hear much about, aside from the occasional misguided flirtation with a weird form factor, a la the dual-screen Axon M. But the Chinese handset manufacturer still powers away and manages to produce some solid handsets at bargain bin prices. Furthermore, the dual camera low-light technology enables consumers to capture clear and stunning nighttime photographs and experience low-light photography like never before. Other specs include 3GB or 4GB of RAM variants with 32GB or 64GB of internal storage. At the front, there is an 8MP selfie snapper. Selling for €269 and €179, respectively, the Blade V9 and V9 Vita might be attractive options for the sub-€300 price range. The cameras also get a downgrade with a 13MP + 2MP rear setup, and 5MP front-facing shooter. The device has a taller design which looks pretty handy. ZTE has not yet announced the availability of the device, therefore we don't know if the company will bring the mid-range smartphones to India. The ZTE Tempo Go, on the other hand, comes with a 5-inch 854 x 480 display, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable storage. However, it could not compete with Android smartphones in terms of the apps experience and is no longer supported by Mozilla. With those low-end specs, ZTE was able to drive the price down to just $79, which could possibly mean it'll go even lower when it hits carriers. It uses a Snapdragon 450 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (a microSD card slot accommodates). The only major difference between the Tempo Go and Tempo X is that the new phone runs on Android Go (Oreo edition).