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ZTE Changxing 60 was Introduced in China; it looks like a less Expensive Huawei Mate 40 Pro

In its native China, ZTE has formally unveiled the new Changxing 60 model. Although the company’s most recent offering is an entry-level phone, it looks to share a lot of design cues with Huawei’s 2020 flagship, the Mate 40 Pro. Here are all the specifications for the ZTE Changxing 50, which was released a year ago, and its replacement.

Details of ZTE Changxing 60

The Changxing 60, introduced by the Chinese electronics giant, is a new low-cost smartphone with a few basic capabilities. It has the UNISOC T7520 SoC, which is matched with 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage and up to 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM. The functionality for virtual RAM even allows for memory expansion. The 13-megapixel primary camera is housed in what the firm calls the “space star ring” camera module on the back.

Despite being a fully functional smartphone, the software and functions of this device are more equivalent to that of a feature phone. It essentially has a minimal user interface (UI) that only comes with frequently used apps. This straightforward design approach is also applied to the system apps. The outward design, though, seems a little more upscale. The ZTE Changxing 60 appears to be a less expensive variant of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro when viewed from the back. The image below clearly shows this distinction, particularly with the orange Mate 40 Pro model.

Cost and Availability of the ZTE Changxing 60

The new Changxing 60 comes pre-installed with the MyOS 13 custom skin, which is based on the Android 13 OS. A 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C, and FM radio are some of the other noteworthy features. There are three colour options for it: Mars Orange, Meteorite Grey, and Sky Blue. The entry-level 6GB + 128GB model is 1099 Yuan, while the base 4GB + 128GB model costs 899 Yuan.

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