ZTE S2010A Gets Certified by TENAA, Sounds Like a Run of the Mill 5 Inch Midranger
ZTE has a new phone brewing, one that’s not a particularly familiar face. Codenamed ZTE S2010A, it has just been certified by TENAA, which means we learn more about it after the break.
This handset measures 7.4 mm in thickness, weighs 121 grams and packs a 5 inch TFT 720p display. It has 4G LTE support and runs the pretty much antique Android 4.4.4 for some reason. Inside we find 2 GB of RAM, a quad core 1.5 GHz processor, possibly a MediaTek, as well as 16 GB of storage. There’s a microSD card slot in the mix, an 8 MP back camera and a front 5 MP shooter.
Interestingly, the back side has rather a wooden texture, not metal like we usually see, but in the end it may be all plastic. The speaker is not placed there, which is also odd. This means that the speaker is at the bottom and I can also see two slots with trays on the side, probably for the dual SIMs and microSD.