Specs summary

Screen
5.5"

The ZTE Blade V8 Pro's screen is 5.5 inches with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution.

Processor
2GHz

There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Octa core 2 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system (OS).

Camera
13+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 13+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera with 8+ megapixels resolution.
Storage
32 GB

Internal memory is 32 GB. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC, microSDXC (up to 128 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
3140mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 3140 mAh battery. ZTE's performance ratings are 23 days standby time, 1440 minutes (3G).



Reviews (7.3/10 Avg. rating)


Android Community

Remarkably good for the price

from Android Community
This is probably the best experience with a $230 phone I've ever had, and that's saying something. I am really excited about trying the Moto G5 Plus, which has a similar spec sheet and newer software, but in the meantime I am really happy recommending this phone, which is, pound for pound, slightly cheaper than Motorola's latest mid-ranger... Full review
Chip Chick

Beyond mid-range

from Chip Chick

If you’re looking for an affordable, competent, and feature-rich handset, there’s no doubt the Blade V8 Pro delivers. But with the Honor 6X playing in the same league, it’s a much tougher game. The Blade wins on paper, but there’s more to making a solid handset than a nice spec sheet. If you want a slightly better dual camera and display, a larger battery, and a more premium, compact design, the Honor is probably the one to buy. But if you value a faster processor, NFC (ie. Android Pay support), USB Type-C, and are comfortable with a slightly bulkier phone, the Blade... Full review

Chip Chick

Beyond mid-range

from Chip Chick

If you’re looking for an affordable, competent, and feature-rich handset, there’s no doubt the Blade V8 Pro delivers. But with the Honor 6X playing in the same league, it’s a much tougher game. The Blade wins on paper, but there’s more to making a solid handset than a nice spec sheet. If you want a slightly better dual camera and display, a larger battery, and a more premium, compact design, the Honor is probably the one to buy. But if you value a faster processor, NFC (ie. Android Pay support), USB Type-C, and are comfortable with a slightly bulkier phone, the Blade... Full review

Cnet

Big battery for cheap

from Cnet
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro has a long battery life, a fun camera with neat tricks and is cheap compared to other mid-range phones like this... Full review
GreenBot

A decent phone that would be better off with a single camera

from GreenBot
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro isn’t best of class, but it has nothing to be ashamed of. Expect, maybe, that dual-camera... Full review
Tom's Guide

The best budget phone available

from Tom's Guide
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro's 12-hour battery life, dual rear cameras and fingerprint reader redefine what you should expect from a budget phone... Full review
PhoneArena

Not the perfect budget phone, but it hits a whole lot of critical stops

from PhoneArena
As is only befitting a mid-ranger, the ZTE Blade V8 Pro is a story of hits and misses. In the win category, performance is decent, battery life is stellar, and still photography really shines with the phone's dual cameras... Full review
Phone Scoop

Good materials, and a solid spec sheet

from Phone Scoop
ZTE managed to push out a solid smartphone in the Blade V8 Pro and yet it is sadly held back by a few weak points here and there. On the plus side, the V8 Pro has an appealing design and good build quality. The curved glass and chamfered frame are particularly nice. The materials are definitely above average for a phone at this price. The phone also offers good call quality and good-enough data performance. Most people ought to be pleased with the camera, and the ZTE-skinned Android platform is powerful and runs well... Full review

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