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Yahoo Mobile releases its first smartphone, from ZTE

2020-11-02 19:42 by
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Yahoo introduces its own ZTE Blade A3Y android Smartphone for only $50. The company originally owned by Verizon launched its first Smartphone in collaboration with ZTE. The phone comes with Verizon service for US citizens and named "Yahoo Mobile ZTE Blade A3Y".

According to the official introduction, the Yahoo Mobile ZTE Blade A3Y sports a 5.45-inch HD (720×1440) FullVision display. It has an 18:9 aspect ratio. Inside, the phone carries a quad-core MediaTek Helio A22 SoC. Apart from the 2GB RAM, there is also a 32GB storage that can be expanded to up to 128GB. The battery capacity is 2,660mAh.

"As the world continues to adapt to a new socially-distant normal, content and connectivity have become key for consumers who are craving new experiences and connections to the ones they love," said Guru Gowrappan, CEO of Verizon Media. "With the launch of the Yahoo Mobile phone, we are bringing a unique and valuable offering to users with Yahoo's unified suite of products, trusted content, commerce and the reliability of Verizon's unparalleled network."

The launch of the Yahoo Mobile phone builds upon Verizon Media's mobile strategy of driving content and connectivity, and expands on the launch of Yahoo's unlimited phone service Yahoo Mobile this past March.

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