Yahoo introduces ZTE Blade A3Y android Smartphone for only $50

Yahoo introduces its own ZTE Blade A3Y android Smartphone for only $50. The company originally owned by Verizon launched its first Smartphone in collaboration with ZTE. The phone comes with Verizon service for US citizens and named “Yahoo Mobile ZTE Blade A3Y”.

In Specifications, the phone runs on Android 10 Operating software. With a 5.45-inch large screen, you will get a 720p HD display. The 2GB Ram and 32GB internal memory will make it easy for you to play games, store images, and videos. For all the photography lovers, you will get a 5MP front camera and 8Mp back camera with dual flash to capture high-quality pictures. Regarding privacy, the phone features both a fingerprint scanner and face unlock. ZTE Blade A3Y packs a 2660 mAh removable battery.

The specs of this device are remarkable in this price range as compared to other smartphones available in the market. Aside from the specifications, the operating system comes with apps like News, Weather, and Yahoo Mail for free. The major high point is that this device, offers unlimited SMS, Talk time, and full time 4G LTE services only for 40$ monthly subscription. You can also connect the Smartphone to another device via an Unlimited Hotspot connection.

Yahoo also planning to introduce new devices in the market. The main aim of Yahoo Mobile is to evolve the business by bringing new innovative devices with the help of technology to attract more audience.

Yahoo ZTE Blade A3Y Specifications

Display:  5.45” (720 x 1440)

Chipset: Mediatek Helio A22

Ram: 2 GB

Internal Storage: 32 GB

OS: Android 10

Battery: 2660 mAh (Removable)

Rear Camera: 8 Mega-Pixel

Front Camera: 5 Mega-Pixel

Privacy: Rear Mounted Fingerprint & Face Unlock

Price: $50


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