ZTE Blade V40s now official, AMOLED display, 50MP camera and a Unisoc chipset, better not sleep with this

From the makers of Redmagic, now comes a mid-range options with decent specs and a likeable design, the ZTE Blade V40s will grace the Malaysian market on October 8th

The ZTE Blade V40s says hello (Garci) to the Malaysian market on October 8th. For starters, a two-tone back design is accented with two elegant camera islands makes this smartphone alluring, akin to vivo’s recent aesthetics as well.

It features a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with 1080p Full HD+ resolution, with a weirdly dim 395 ppi, especially for an AMOLED display. It also has the 60Hz display that’s in many budget or mid-range options now.

On the brighter side of things, a punch-hole cutout with sexy slim bezels kinda redeems the ZTE Blade V40s from the mediocrity pit.

In terms of processing power, it has the UNISOC T618 chipset that’s gaining a reputation now for delivering decent performances for budget to mid-range offerings. It maxes out at around 2.0GHz which are the minimum equivalent speed for running games like Call of Duty: Mobile or Asphalt 9. A steady Mali-G52 MP5 graphics unit handles all your multitasking/gaming needs.

A generous 6GB of RAM with a heaping 5GB of extra Dynamic RAM can be acquired on the ZTE Blade V40s, a standard 128GB internal storage is present with the option for expandability is also present.

A less than stellar 4,500mAh battery juices up the smartphone with a kinda stale 22.5W ‘fast charging’ mechanism is also included.

As for the ZTE Blade V40s’ choice of cameras, a triple cam-setup with 50MP main, 5MP macro, and 2MP depth with LED flash sizes up the rear, while a lone 8MP camera sits flush in the front.

ZTE’s proprietary MyOS based on Android 12 will run the whole system, while a side-mounted fingerprint scanner is also a plus in our book. It’s still in 4G though.

Again, it will be available in Malaysia on October 8 for around ₱10,100 pesos converted from Malaysian ringgit, but if the ZTE Blade V40s will be released here in the PH soon, we doubt that the price is not the same as the Malaysian one. Blue and Black are the two color options.


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