ZTE has already confirmed that it will present the new Blade V7s at an exclusive event scheduled for Friday, October 18, but now a new registration with Chinese certification body TENAA reinforces that the company owes one more device than the one that already expected: the new Blade V20.
Having passed the FCC, it is now the turn of the ZTE V1050 to be listed on the TENAA with the same design as previously revealed, featuring its drop-notch screen and reflective plastic back cover, biometric reader and a set of three rear cameras. housed within a square module.
Device specifications include an unspecified eight-core chipset set running at speeds up to 2 GHz, with a 4 GB RAM set and 64 GB internal storage.
The display is listed at 6.1 inches in size, IPS LCD technology, and HD + resolution, but the main differential should be the battery, and TENAA registration reveals that the device will arrive with a capacity of 4,870 mAh.
Because of its simple construction and basic specifications, it is very likely that the smartphone will be presented with a focus on the inbound market or more affordable intermediaries. There is no release or price forecast yet, but such details should be confirmed at the announcement event scheduled for Friday, October 18th.