ZTE Blade V7 Lite Review

ZTE has been manufacturing many attractive smartphones that fits the pocket of normal users, and following the same trend, ZTE released its premium-looking smartphone the ZTE Blade V7 Lite internationally on 2016, February. And yes, today are analyzing the same device.

The ZTE Blade V7 Lite is completely made up of an aluminum body. The rear panel of the device features a matte finish which makes the device classy. The rear panel is also slightly curved which makes the device easy-to-hold. The device, just like the Oppo F3, Oppo F3 Plus and other high-end smartphones, features a 2.5D curved screen at the front part.

The ZTE Blade V7 LITE features an earpiece, a front facing camera, a front facing LED flashlight and sensors at the top of the screen. The capacitive home, recent app and back buttons are featured below the screen. Further, the home key also works as a notification LED lamp.

Moreover, the Blade V7 Lite possesses a 3.5 mm earphone socket at the top. Further, the device carries the micro USB port and a primary microphone at the bottom. The right side of the device features a hybrid SIM slot and power key, and the left side possesses a volume alteration leys. The rear part comprises of the main camera, a flashlight light next to it and a fingerprint sensor just below it. Further, the speaker grilles can also be noticed at the bottom rear.

Besides, the Blade V7 Lite is furnished with 5.0 inches IPS LCD screen with the resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels having ~294 ppi pixels density. The screen is bright enough inside a room, however, may be hard to be read under sunlight. The screen, further, produces vibrant and accurate color. The device also provides a good viewing angle.

Furthermore, ZTE ships Blade V7 lite running with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, however, cannot be updated to any other software launched by the Android. Further, under the hood, the device is functioned with Mediatek MT6735P chipset, Quad-Core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and Mali-T720MP2 GPU. The Blade V7 Lite comes with 16 GB of internal memory which can later be expanded to 128 GB using a microSD card, and 2 GB of RAM.

Additionally, the ZTE Blade V7 Lite equips 13 MP of main facing camera which is supported by a rear flashlight. The main camera comprises of features like geo-tagging, touch focus, dace detection, HDR, panorama, etc. Further, the camera also is capable of shooting full HD videos at 1080 pixels. Further, the device carries 8 MP of front facing camera supported by a LED flashlight light as of the Samsung Galaxy J7 which helps to nice selfies even in low light.

In addition, the ZTE Blade V7 Lite is powered with 2500 mAh users’ non-removable battery. However, the device, just like other low and mid-range smartphones of ZTE and other brands, lacks fast charging functionality. The device gives good battery backup. Moreover, the ZTE Blade V7 Lite is available in silver color.

ZTE Blade V7 Lite Price in Nepal : Rs. 17,390 (Around)

ZTE Blade V7 Lite



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


 CPU Speed  1.0 GHz
 CPU Type  Quad-Core


 Video Recording Resolution  1920 x 1080 pixels
 Main Camera Resolution  13.0 MP
 Front Camera Resolution  8.0 MP
 Main Camera Auto-focus  Yes


 RAM  2 GB
 ROM  16 GB
 External Memory  Yes, Expandable Up To 128 GB (Uses SIM 2 Slot)


 Multi-Sim  Dual SIM
 Sim Size  Nano and Micro SIM
 2G Sim  NA


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


 Operating Software  Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Physical Information

 Color+  Silver
 Form Factor  Touchscreen Bar
 Dimension  143.8 x 70.2 x 7.9 mm
 Weight  NA
 Water Resistant/Dust Proof  No


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


 Standard Battery Capacity  2500 mAh
 Removable  No

Audio and Video

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


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