Today TENAA certified a new phone, a ZTE model dubbed Q806T. This device comes with Android 5.0 and offers LTE support, but it’s a midrange, not a flagship, in case you were wondering.


The design is rather interesting, because we find the two speakers placed at the back of the phone, towards the sides. The handset seems to be pretty narrow and it adopts a Home button that feels like one belonging to a Meizu unit. The device measures 8.9 mm in thickness, weighs 129 grams and integrates a TFT 5 inch screen with a 720p resolution.

Inside we find 1 GB of RAM, a quad core 1.3 GHz processor, probably a MediaTek and 8 GB of storage. There’s a main 8 MP camera on board and a 5 MP front shooter. GPS is also here, as well as the usual array of sensors. I noticed that screen bezel is rather narrow here, which is good for a midranger.




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