Chinese handset maker ZTE on Wednesday introduced a new line of Android-powered smartphones. Known as the Blade Q family, each one offers users a different size display. Much like HTC has done with the One series of devices and Samsung has with its Galaxy S4, ZTE is releasing a small, medium, and large edition of the Blade Q.
On one end of the spectrum you have the Blade Q Mini with its 4-inch WVGA (480x800) display, while the other end sees the Blade Q Maxi and a 5-inch FWVGA (480x854) screen. Nestled firmly in the middle is the standard Blade Q and its 4.5-inch display.
The three smartphones run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and feature a number of similar, albeit low-end, hardware specifications. Details include a 1.3GHz dual-core Mediatek processor, 1GB RAM, and 4GB internal storage. The 5-megapixel rear and 0.3-megapixel front-facing cameras should be just enough to get the job done. As is the case with pretty much every other Android on the market, the Blade Q family offers Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, and data (21 MB/s HSPA+) connectivity.
Pricing and exact availability are unclear, but ZTE indicates this could be limited to Europe. Considering the specifications, I would be on the lookout for some rather affordable price points for the threesome.