Budget friendly ZTE Blade A53, Blade A53+ and the Blade A53 Pro trio smartphones announced

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Budget friendly ZTE Blade A53, Blade A53+ and the Blade A53 Pro trio smartphones announced | DroidAfrica
ZTE Blade A53 series announced with UNISOC SC9863A1 CPU 1103629

ZTE have just unveiled a trio smartphones in it A53-series. The series offers three different models with varying specifications and features to cater to different budget and user preferences.

Budget friendly ZTE Blade A53, Blade A53+ and the Blade A53 Pro trio smartphones announced | DroidAfrica

All three models come with a 6.52-inch HD+ IPS touchscreen, and are powered by the same Spreadtrum UniSoC SC9863A1 chipset, consisting of an octa-core CPU and PowerVR GE8322 GPU.

The standard Blade A53 and the A53 Plus both feature 2GB of RAM, while the A53 Pro comes with 4GB of RAM for a smoother performance. Storage options ranges from 32GB for the Blade A53 to 64GB for the A53 Plus and A53 Pro. All models can support an additional 256GB of storage via microSD card.

The main camera setup differs across the models, with the Blade A53 featuring an 8MP single lens, the A53 Plus a 13MP lens, and the A53 Pro a dual camera system consisting of a 13MP main lens and a 2MP depth sensor. The selfie camera remains consistent 5-megapixel lens across all three models.

The battery capacity is 4000mAh for the Blade A53 and the A53 Plus, while the Blade A53 Pro is got a 5000mAh battery with 10W charger across board. The A53 and A53 Plus run on Google Android 12 (Go Edition), while the A53 Pro runs on the standard Android 12.

Other features available to the three models include a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, dual 4G Nano-SIMs, accelerometer, and proximity sensors. All three will go on sales this May.

Source: ZTE

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