Earlier this week, a new ZTE phone was submitted to the TENAA, an entity similar to North Americas FCC (which regulates regulates communications from different medias), and it seems to be lacking something, a camera.
By now, we all count that the new smartphone we’ll purchase will have the latest photographic technology for handheld devices, the new ZTE lacks this, and with pretty low-end specifications, looks like a option on the small budget market. It has a 5-inch 720p display and runs a 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, and weighs 117 grams, making it a lightweight. For looks, the back surface is smooth brushed metal, which without the lump of the camera, makes it pretty slick.
For now, there’s no information on where this device will be available, and it’s yet to be proven if people want a phone with no camera, but for the right price, it can be an alternative for the low-end user.