Yet another handset has been certified by TENAA today, this time the ZTE C880 model, that adopts a glossy polycarbonate shell and a very big fingerprint scanner. This device is a midranger, judging by the specs listed below.

ZTE C880 1

The phone comes in white and measures 8.9 mm in thickness. It also weighs 137 grams, does TD-LTE and packs a 5 inch TFT screen with a 720p resolution. Also on board there’s a quad core 1.3 GHz processor, that helps the handset run Android 5.1 Lollipop. At the back we find an 8 megapixel camera and upfront the same resolution for the selfie camera.

ZTE C880 2

8 GB of storage are here too, plus WiFi, GPS and a microSD card slot. Can’t say much else about this model, except for the fact it should have a pretty low price, maybe even below $200 or so. It certainly looks more massive than a regular 5 incher…

ZTE C880 3


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