ZTE Blade S7 Launched in China with 32GB Internal Storage, Specs, Features, Price


The Chinese smartphone maker ZTE has been particularly focusing on its expansion in the foreign countries this year but that does not keep it from introducing new smartphones to its range of available smartphones. After coming up with great devices under the Nubia and Axon series the company  has once again come up with a new mid-range smartphone, ZTE Blade S7, which is the successor to last year’s ZTE Blade S6.

This smartphone features an Aluminum frame and has its screen and the back protected by 2.5D Gorilla Glass. This phone is going to remind you of the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 5S a lot.


ZTE Blade S7 Launched in China with 32GB Internal Storage and 13MP Camera

The ZTE Blade S7 has the 64 bit, octa-core, Snapdragon 615 processor under the hood and that is coupled with 3GB of RAM. The smartphone comes with 32GB of internal storage that is expandable up to 128GB using a microSD card.

The company has been particularly promoting the cameras of the new smartphone, on the rear side the phone has a 13MP camera on the front as well as the back of the device. The primary camera on the back is supported by dual tone LED flash and laser auto focus.


The secondary camera on the front comes with an LED Flash, Phase Detection Auto Focus, and Panorama for wide selfies.

The ZTE Blade S7 runs the Android v5.1 Lollipop on top of which it has the MiFavor 3.2 UI. The phone is just 7.2mm thick and it has the fingerprint sensor embedded into home button. The phone also has the feature to unlock the pre-selected app with a particular finger after unlocking the device. The smartphone is available in four color variants – Space Grey, Lemon Green, Rose Gold, and Diamond White.


ZTE has though not yet made any official announcement about the price of the smartphone but according to some Chinese online shopping websites the phone features a price tag of $280 (18,530 INR approx.). ZTE will soon announce the availability of the Blade S7 in other markets outside China.


Jacky Zhang, the CEO of ZTE Mobile Devices, Asia-Pacific said during the launch – “We are delighted to confirm the availability of the ZTE Blade S7, a device packed with a range of fun and innovative features. ZTE is constantly listening to its customers and we wanted to deliver a device that takes the selfie experience to a new level.” said.