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ZTE Libero Flip, With A Vertical Folding Screen, Launched

Foldable ZTE Libero Phone

ZTE has launched the ZTE Libero Flip, a phone with a vertically folding screen, in Japan, showcasing their most recent technological innovation. The gadget, which will retail for ¥63,000 (about USD 420), will be available on February 29. There is a lot of expectation because it is thought to be the Nubia Flip, which will launch in China.

The device’s screen arrangement is its most notable feature. It features an inside 6.9-inch 2790 × 1188 resolution screen and an exterior 1.43-inch circular 466 × 466 screen. Numerous features are supported by this external screen, including the ability to record audio, check step counts, take selfies, monitor the weather and control music.

Regarding the camera area, the ZTE Libero Flip has a 16MP front-facing camera and a 50MP primary camera on the back with a 2MP depth-of-field lens. Notably, the front camera has more functionality and allows you to hover to shoot pictures.

With a 4,310mAh battery that supports 33W QC4+/PD3.0 fast charging, the device can be fully charged in about 73 minutes. Along with connectivity choices like Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and FeliCa-compatible NFC, it also has side fingerprint recognition and facial recognition for increased security.

The ZTE Libero Flip has one storage configuration option, which is 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, and is powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen1 processor. The ZTE Libero Flip, which offers consumers a distinctive and adaptable smartphone experience at the lowest possible price, is destined to make waves in the mobile market thanks to its original design and remarkable features.

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