ZTE is in the works to being ZTE Blade L9 as a successor to the Blade L8 launched back in 2019. A couple of days back, the smartphone bagged Wi-FI Alliance certification and today, we have spotted the ZTE Blade L9 on FCC certification. The FCC listing reveals live images of the handset and several key details.
The Blade L9 from ZTE has a single camera on the rear along with an LED flash and a single front-facing camera. It has bit bezels at the top and bottom, so we are getting a decent screen-to-body ratio with the phone. There’s also a notification LED sitting right next to the earpiece. The 3.5mm headphone jack is on the top side and the power & volume button are on the right side of the phone.
The smartphone supports 3G connectivity. It has an old-style slot for sim and MicroSD card. So, the user will need to remove the back first to insert the nano-SIM and MicroSD card. The MicroUSB charging port can be seen on the left of the phone. It has a 2,050mAh low-capacity battery.
Currently, ZTE has no words regarding the launch of Blade L9. However, we can expect to hear the announcement soon, as the device has already bagged multiple certifications. Looking at the details, we can expect the ZTE Blade L9 to be priced similar to the Blade L8 which costs around $73 (~INR 5,400).