Just as our local companies are churning out devices to one-up their competition, Chinese makers are also busy coming up with affordable smartphones of incredible design and specs in their home country. We’ve already seen the Xiaomi Hongmi and Huawei Honor 3C, so it’s about time ZTE launched one of its own: the ZTE Redbull.
For just 799 yuan (around $130), the ZTE Redbull “Youth” model is an Android-powered smartphone sporting a quad-core Snapdragon (MSM8926 or MSM8928) processor, 5-inch display with 720p resolution, and a 13-megapixel main camera. That it has 4G LTE support, 2GB RAM, and 8GB internal storage makes it an even more attractive choice. The ZTE Redbull “Energy” version, on the other hand, doubles the memory and storage, but it costs 999 yuan (or $160) instead.
Once again, we here in the Philippines can only hope that the ZTE Redbull and other cheap devices (yet coming from a well-known brand) arrives in our country.