During the Mobile World Congress in March, ZTE revealed four Blade V40 phones, but did not provide any price or availability information. A comprehensive list of specifications and price have been released for the ZTE Blade V40 Pro in Mexico.
With a resolution of FHD+ and a refresh rate of 60Hz, Blade V40 Pro has a 6.67-inch AMOLED display. For the 16MP front-facing camera, there’s a punch hole cutout in the middle. Two cameras, one with a 5MP macro lens and the other two with depth sensors, can be found on the rear.
6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage are provided by Unisoc’s T618 chipset, which is extendable through the microSD card slot. However, the Blade V40 Pro runs Android 11 from 2020, with ZTE’s MyOS 11 on top, despite its mid-2020 release date. The battery has a capacity of 5,100 mAh and can be charged at a rate of 65W. A fingerprint scanner on the side and a headphone port round out the features.
Among the ZTE Blade V40 Pro’s available color options is Green. In Mexico, the phone costs $365.