GSM Arena just did a camera comparison between the Honor 6X from Huawei and the Blade V8 Pro from ZTE. They felt that both devices were winners in their own right due to the value they offer to consumers, but in the end they felt the ZTE Blade V8 Pro offered more for your money.
Android Central has published its review of the ZTE Blade V8 Pro and says the device offers excellent build quality, all-day battery life and a competitive price. The downsides of the device state it's big and bulky, and the fact that it ships with Android Marshmallow with no timeline for Nougat.
Hey, everyone. I made a (semi) quick video review for the ZTE Bade V8 Pro, for those curious about buying. It's honestly a great Android device and in my opinion, the best smartphone you can buy at this price. For more on Blade V8 Pro, check out my written review here. Cheers.
ZTE is currently rolling out an OTA update that weighs ~102MB in size to the Blade V8 Pro. The big change included in this update is a fix that prevents the phone from force closing music apps that are in the background for more than 15 minutes.
Phandroid just published their review of the ZTE Blade V8 Pro, and they said they would wholeheartedly recommend the ZTE Blade V8 Pro to anyone looking for a quality Android phone for the least amount of money possible.
- Solid build quality, nice grippy back
- Awesome battery life...
Phandroid has put the Blade V8 Pro from ZTE against the iPhone 7 from Apple to see which one can take better HDR photos. They feel with HDR mode set to "on" and not to "auto," that the V8 Pro wins since the quality is so close (and sometimes better) than that of the iPhone 7.
Phandroid has put together a list of 17 different things that every ZTE Blade V8 Pro should do when they get their device. This list includes things such as turning off the app background killer, turning on NFC, getting your application drawer back and more.
Phandroid has put together a bunch of photographs that were taken with both the ZTE Blade V8 Pro and the Honor 6X. They felt the winner here is the Honor 6X since it produced better images in multiple scenarios.
ZTE's Blade V8 Pro has some software bug that affects both the WiFi and cellular data connection. This issue is messing with music applications like Spotify, but thankfully an OTA update is coming soon that will fix it.
If you plan on getting the ZTE Blade V8 Pro, then you might want to stop the device from killing background applications so aggressively. Thankfully, Phandroid has a step by step guide for how to fix this issue.
We saw the ZTE Blade V8 Pro leak before CES, but this week the company officially announced it. Phandroid goes hands-on with the device to show off its design aesthetic and show us how the two rear cameras work.
Android Authority went hands on with the ZTE Blade V8 Pro at CES this year and they really liked how the company implemented the rear-facing cameras. We're also told that pre-orders are said to begin sometime today at various online retailers.
We heard some rumors about the ZTE Blade V8 Pro earlier this week and now the device has been made official. The company also announced the ZTE Hawkeye, which is the name of the crowd-sourced phone they were working on throughout 2016.
The ZTE Blade V8 recently had a huge leak that told us what to expect from it, and now we're seeing the same for the pro version of the device. The ZTE Blade V8 Pro is said to have a 5.5" 1080p display, Snapdragon 625 SoC, 3GB of RAM, two 13MP rear cameras, 8MP front camera, a 3,140mAh capacity...