ZTE Blade 11 Prime. The ZTE Blade 11 Prime is one of the best wireless charging phones you can get below $200.
The phone offers one standout feature in a field of widely similar sub-$200 phones: wireless charging.
ZTE Blade 11 Prime Battery Screen and Performance
The ZTE Blade 11 Prime is with a 6.5-inch display. However, its 720p resolution is stretched a little bit here. Also, you will notice some kind of images looking somehow fuzzy if you look closely.
Also, the screen gets bright and nice, however, its auto-brightness setting kept on bringing down the level, according to a source.
For the battery, the 11 Prime does not the biggest battery in its class but the battery performance is okay.
The marquee feature of the ZTE Blade 11 Prime wireless charging works well also and the phone also supports Qi charging at 5W.
The ZTE phone ships with Android 11 which is cool. As some of its current competitors are still on Android 10 awaiting an update.
However ZTE made it clear that it has no plans to provide any extra Android OS upgrades, it will only provide security patches as needed.
ZTE Blade 11 Prime Camera
The rear camera of the phone includes a 16-megapixel main camera, an 8 megapixel ultrawide together with a 2-megapixel depth sensor. It is just a simple setup and it operates fine in good lighting conditions.
Though, the phone is kind of prone to clipping very bright areas in photos. However, it has got a nice job with exposures of high-contrast scenes.
Well, in moderate indoor lighting, some detail-smoothing noise reduction can be seen, and low-light photos kind of look smeary even at minimized image sizes that are used for social sharing.
Talking about the other camera, they are okay. The ultrawide does not take high-contrast scenes as well as the major camera,m with some conspicuous noise popping up in shadows.
There is also a little bit of delay after you press the shutter button. Before you can now take another shot that is not present when you are making use of the main camera.
Thankfully, the selfie camera avoids too much smoothing of faces, and photos look so good as far as they are so many lights available.
In all, if you have a strict budget and want a phone with wireless charging, then the ZTE Blade 11 Prime is one of the best you can ever get. However if you can do without wireless charging, then I advise you to opt for another phone.
The Motorola Moto G Power of this year would be a profitable alternative if you have so much. As you will get a better battery life and a faster processor as well.
Though while you getting it, then you should as well plan on getting a microSD card to add to its limited 32GB of storage.
The G Play is also a great alternative, even with a processor that is kind of slower than the G Power.
Display: 6.52 inches (16.56 cm), IPS LCD, 269 PPI
Performance: 2 GHz MediaTek Helio P22, 4 GB RAM, Octo Core
Camera: 8 MP Front Camera, LED Flash, 16 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP
Battery: 4000 mAh, Non-removable, USB Type-C port
Fingerprint Sensor: Yes
Audio Jack: 3.5 mm
Connectivity: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB Connectivity, GPS.
Resolution: 720 x 1600 pixels.
RAM: 4 GB
CPU: 2 GHz, Octa-core, Cortex A53
Pros and Cons of the ZTE Blade 11 Prime
Some of the advantages of the ZTE Blade 11 Prime include:
- Good battery life
- Wireless charging is a budget phone
However, what you might not so like about the phone is the fact that it:
- Has a low-quality screen
- Poor performance with daily tasks.
- The camera could be better.
Release Date and Price
The device is expected to be released on the 28th of May, 2021 and the expected price is RS. 13,999.