Zte Blade 20 Pro 5g: A Surprisingly Thin And Light 5g Experience


[On December 1st, ZTE released a new mid-range smartphone, the Blade 20 Pro 5G. As a new 5G machine for the mid-range market, ZTE has put a lot of effort into the Blade 20 Pro 5G, which maintains the series style in appearance design, but the lighter body provides a stunning enough experience; and the configuration The ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G combines a powerful processor, cutting-edge 5G communication capabilities, and exceptional shooting capabilities. So, how does this phone perform? Let’s take a look below. Although people have grown accustomed to the heavy 200g body, once you get your hands on the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G, you will be impressed by its light body and fall in love with the unexpected feel.

The 168g ultra-light weight combined with the 7.9mm ultra-thin body makes this phone almost weightless in the hand, and when combined with the 3D curved design on both sides, the comfort of the hand is enhanced. The ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G’s body style continues the series’ consistent design, with the curved surface feeling combined with the main watery ice blue color scheme looking full of texture, and with the changing light back cover can also reflect different levels of visual effects, catering to the tastes of today’s youth.

The front of the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G body is equipped with a 6.47-inch deep curved 3D soft curved screen, with a screen ratio of 19.5:9 and a resolution of FHD. The display effect is still very positive, with 92 percent of the high screen ratio combined with high contrast ratio, wide color gamut, and anti-blue light characteristics. The water drop screen design is a relatively mature solution, and in terms of security, the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G uses a combination of built-in optical on-screen fingerprint combined with face recognition.

Because of the thin and light body, you may be concerned about the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G battery life; typically, thin and light and battery life are incompatible; in order to be light, you must sacrifice battery capacity. However, despite the phone’s thinness, users do not need to be concerned about its battery life; ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G is equipped with a large 4000mAh battery, so normal use of a day a charge is not a problem.

With the popularity of 5G, even models priced under $1,000 have begun to incorporate 5G, but ZTE, which was the first to launch a 5G phone in China, is naturally more mature in terms of 5G support and performance. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G solution with a 7nm process is used in the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G mobile platform has the characteristics of high integration and low power consumption, while the performance can also meet the smooth entertainment experience, and the strength of 30W AnTuTu score cannot be questioned.

If you have high network connection quality requirements, simply enable this function to open both the 5G network and Wi-Fi, which greatly improves overall network response speed and bandwidth.

In terms of system, the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G uses the exclusive MiFavor 10 system. The system interface is simple and refreshing, and the color scheme is vibrant, making the MiFavor 10 look young and lively. Although it appears minimalist, the MiFavor 10 system can be considered simple and uncomplicated in terms of functions. The game assistant not only accelerates the network to ensure a smooth network at all times, but also sets different blocking strategies for phone calls and messages during the game to avoid losing heads and selling teammates due to unexpected calls.

The addition of features like document correction, full-screen translation, and AI writing make MiFavor 10 easier to use and provide a more convenient experience. Shooting capability has been the main selling point on ZTE phones for the past two years, and the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G is also reassuring in terms of hard power. The 64MP main camera, 8MP wide angle, 2MP depth of field, and 2MP macro allow for a full-scene shooting experience, and the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G also inherits the unique video dual-way anti-shake feature, allowing users to easily shoot high-quality video footage.

The ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G supports a wide range of photo modes, including large aperture, night scene, portrait, time-lapse, slow motion, macro, panorama, document correction, and many others. It is also worth noting that the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G supports monochrome optimization for blue, green, and red, which allows you to target the saturation of these colors in the overall grayscale image to create a distinct shooting effect.

Even when zoomed in, the night scenes are pure and retain all of their details. The front camera’s 20 megapixel beauty lens supports natural makeup beauty and a variety of detail settings such as thin face, big eyes, skin softening, and skin tone adjustment, and the distortion at the corners is within an acceptable range.

The shooting performance of the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G is still very satisfactory, whether it is a large scene in night scenery, macro state of food, or indoor beauty selfie samples, all of which show good quality. For the current hot short video function, ZTE cell phones have also been making continuous efforts in the past two years. The built-in pickup story function on the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G can be combined with a simple point-and-click and a variety of practical templates to quickly complete video editing while maintaining high efficiency and excellent output, making it a great tool for vloggers.

The ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G has demonstrated exceptional competitiveness in comparison to its competitors in the same class, thanks to its outstanding face value, surprisingly thin and light design, extraordinary 5G capability, and excellent photography performance. Although there are still differences in performance when compared to flagship products, the ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G’s excellent handfeel performance combined with the adequate performance and good experience of MiFavor 10 make it a good choice for young users who value personality and experience.