Another ZTE Z971 smartphone has also received Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification.
Seems like ZTE is working on a new smartphone under its Blade series as an announced ZTE smartphone with model number ZTE Blade L7 has now received WiFi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA).
As per the Wi-Fi certification, the ZTE Blade L7 will support single-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n (2.4GHz) and Wi-Fi Direct connectivity features. Sadly, the listing does not show any specifications except that the device will be powered by Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. The listing carries the certification ID WFA71455 and the date of certification being 20th April 2017.
Meanwhile, ZTE's another smartphone which goes by the model number Z971 has received Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification. The device has got the all necessary approval from FCC that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in the US. The FCC document, however, does not reveal anything but it includes the ID of the device which is Z971 which is the model number of this ZTE smartphone.
Sadly, no more details about these two smartphones are known at the moment but since the devices have started taking the rounds online we expect more leaks to come up in the coming days. We will keep you posted once we get more updates on this.
Recently, a couple of devices from ZTE including some smartphones and a tablet have surfaced online. Earlier this week, ZTE smartphone with model number ZTE Z839 has also received WiFi certification. Prior to that, ZTE Z986 was spotted on GFXBench benchmarking website which revealed some key specifications of the ZTE's upcoming device. The ZTE tablet which bears the model number as ZTE-K92 also got the Bluetooth certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). So we can say that the company is preparing to launch several devices in the coming days. We have to wait to see what has the company in stores for us finally.
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