It seems that ZTE might be gearing up to launch a new budget smartphone soon. A new smartphone with model number ZTE2050 has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The listing in the database of FCC’s website has revealed several key details of the phone as well as the design. The ZTE Blade 20 Smart appears to be a phone with a waterdrop notch, Helio P60 SoC, 5,000mAh battery and triple cameras.
According to the label info in the FCC listing, the smartphone will be called ZTE Blade 20 Smart, which is new. There’s also a screengrab from the ‘About Phone’ section in the settings menu of the phone. We can see the model number of the phone as well as the make of the processor powering the device. The Blade 20 Smart is seen powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 octa-core processor, which is surprising considering it is quite dated. The only assumption that can be made about this revelation is that the upcoming smartphone could be a budget offering. The internal pictures of the phone reveal the battery capacity to be 5,000mAh.
Speaking of the pictures, the user manual of the phone (as you can see in the gallery above) reveals that the ZTE Blade 20 Smart will flaunt a waterdrop notch display, but there is no mention of the size. We can also see that the phone will feature a square camera bump on the back with three sensors and an LED flash. There is a fingerprint scanner present as well on the rear panel. As for the rear panel, the images show a glossy finish on what looks like a polycarbonate material. Apart from this, the images reveal a USB-C port with a speaker grill on the bottom, 3.5mm audio jack on the top, nano SIM tray with microSD card slot on the left and power button with volume keys on the left.
While the listing has revealed almost all key details of the smartphone, the RAM and storage configuration of the phone is still unknown. We will get to know more when the phone goes official, which we expect to be soon.