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ZTE’s Latest Phone Has a Fingerprint Sensor on AT&T Prepaid for $100

ZTE hasn’t exactly slown down in recent times in terms of rolling out new devices for the world to enjoy. Their latest offering brings yet another budget option to the table that’s exclusive to AT&T’s new Prepaid service, formally known as GoPhone.

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The phone, called the Blade Spark, features a 5.5-inch 720p HD display with a Snapdragon 425 processor. There’s 2GB of RAM for managing apps and 16GB of internal storage for storing photos, games, apps, music, and more. On the back, ZTE packs a 13MP camera and pairs it with a 5MP selfie shooter, while a 3,140mAh battery powers the device. Android Nougat sits in as the OS.

Obviously, this device is by no means a power house or even a proper mid-ranger. Instead, it aims to simply please those with a tight budget. And luckily, it doesn’t look like they skimp out on too much because there’s even a fingerprint sensor on the back for security. This seems to be a new trend with budget smartphones such as the Moto E4 so I’m glad to see the feature make its way to ZTE’s latest offering.

The Blade Spark is now available from AT&T Prepaid for just $99.

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