ZTE blade Q Mini: Beginner Android 4.2

The ZTE blade Q mini combines a simple technique with relatively small dimensions. Software-one opts for Android 4.2 jelly bean.

It is been a while that we have heard from the Chinese by ZTE . Actually the last message comes from may of this year, when it was announced that the manufacturer the mid-range Smartphone ZTE Grand X Prowill bring to Germany.

Now there’s news from the far East once again. So the company has announced three entry-level smartphones with very similar specs for Europe, the ZTE blade Q mini, the blade Q and the blade Q Maxi.We want closer look at us the first time.

8.9 mm slim

The blade Q mini is for those users interesting, relatively small dimensions and a probably very reasonable price (MSRP not yet known) value, and a simple technical equipment which is sufficient. As the Smartphone measures 125.5 x 63.9 x 8.9 mm. The 4-inch display with 800 x 480 resolves pixels, what ppi corresponds to a pixel density of 233,2. If we look closer, so individual pixels should be visible.

The device is powered by a dual-core processor of the type MediaTek MT6572 that pulses with 1.3 GHz per core and is accompanied by a Mali-400 GPU. The memory is 1 GB RAM, liquid, simple applications should run at these levels.

EverNote & Office suite pre-installed

Android is almost current version 4.2 jelly bean on Board that had Grand X Pro only 4.0 ice cream sandwich to offer. Whether it receives an upgrade to Android 4.3 or 4.4 KitKat, is however not known. You should not install mini too many apps on the Q, because the internal memory is only 4 GB, of which some will already be occupied with Android. Software EverNote, dropbox, and the Office suite is installed also. For music and movies, the way of a memory expansion via MicroSD is given to up to 32 GB.

While a front-facing camera is waived, a 5-megapixel rear camera with Flash is installed. Other features include HSPA + (up to 21 MBit / s), GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n and commendably Bluetooth 4.0.