ZTE Blade L5 Review

Another Chinese multinational company, ZTE had already started manufacturing mobile devices a long time ago, and accordance with the change in time, it started to manufacture smartphones too. Following the trend, ZTE released its smartphone named ZTE Blade L5  on April 2016 along with the ZTE Blade L5 Plus. And today we are reviewing the same Blade L5.

The ZTE Blade L5, as it is an entry level smartphone, is completely made up of a plastic. The sides, nevertheless, features the touch of an aluminum. The rear panel also receives a unique design which makes the device stylish. However, we can notice the lacking of any glass on the front part. The side bezels too look thick.

The ZTE Blade L5, like other smartphones, carries an earpiece above the screen followed by sensors at the left side and front facing camera at the right side. Further, the device features capacitive home, recent app and back buttons below the screen. The capacitive recent app and back buttons too light up when touched.

The Blade L5, further, possesses a 3.5 mm earphone socket at the top of its body, whereas, the bottom part carries the micro USB port and a primary microphone. However, we can see that the device lacks secondary microphone that is used to cancel unwanted noises. Moreover, the device carries volume adjusting keys at the right side and a power key just below it. The SIM card slots and a microSD card slot are placed under the rear panel. The main camera, a flashlight and a speaker grille can be noticed on the back part.

Moreover, the ZTE Blade L5 features 5.0 inches capacitive touchscreen with 720 x 1280 pixels HD resolution and ~294 ppi pixels density. The screen, despites, produces vibrant and accurate color. Texts on the screen are sharp, however, the viewing angles are not so good. The device, just like the ZTE Blade D2,  lacks light sensor, which means users should manually adjust brightness to use it under intense light.

Furthermore, ZTE ships the Blade L5 running Android 5.1 Lollipop, and is not upgradable to any other software launched by Android. Besides, the device equips Mediatek MT6572 chipset, Dual-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU and Mali-400MP2 GPU. The device features 8 GB of internal memory which can later be expanded to 32 GB using a microSD card. The device, further, features 1 GB of RAM.

Besides, the ZTE Blade L5 carries 8 MP, autofocus camera at its back supported by a single LED flashlight. The main camera also possesses various features that allow to take perfect pictures. Further, the device carries 2 MP of front facing camera.

The ZTE Blade, moreover, is powered by 2150 mAh removable battery. However, the device lacks fast charging which can be seen in many low-end devices. The device possesses nice battery and is also usable for more than 5 hours. The device is also available in two colors; gray and white.

ZTE Blade L5 Price in Nepal : Rs. 8,490 (Around)

ZTE Blade L5 Specification

Display

 Size  5.0 inches
 Resolution  720 x 1280 pixels
 Color Depth  16M

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Processor

 CPU Speed  1.3 GHz
 CPU Type  Dual-Core

Camera

 Video Recording Resolution  NA
 Main Camera Resolution  8.0 MP
 Front Camera Resolution  2.0 MP
 Main Camera Auto-focus  Yes

Memory

 RAM  1 GB
 ROM  8 GB
 External Memory  Yes, Expandable Up To 32 GB

Network/Bearer^

 Multi-Sim  Dual-SIM
 Sim Size  NA
 2G Sim  NA
 2G CDMA  NA
 3G CDMA  NA
 3G TD-CDMA  NA
 4G TDD LTE  NA

Connectivity

 ANT+  NA
 USB Version  USB 2.0
 Headphone  3.5 mm Stereo
 Wi-Fi/Wi-Fi Direct  802.11 b/g/n, No
 Bluetooth  Bluetooth v4.0
 MHL  No
 PC Sync  NA
 Location  GPS
  NFC  No

Software

 Operating Software  Android 5.1 Lollipop

Physical Information

 Color+  Gray and White
 Form Factor  Touchscreen Bar
 Dimension  NA
 Weight  NA
 Water Resistant/Dust Proof  No

Sensors

 Compass/Magnetometer  NA
 Proximity Sensor  Yes
 Accelerometer  Yes
 Ambient Light Sensor  NA
 Gyroscope  NA
 Barometer  NA
 Temperature Sensor  NA

Battery

 Standard Battery Capacity  2150 mAh
 Removable  Yes

Audio and Video

 Video Playing Format  NA
 Video Playing Resolution  NA
 Audio Playing Format  NA

 

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