ZTE Blade A521 FCC leaked images indicate glass back

ZTE Blade

Before the official launch of smartphones, it is absolutely necessary to pass through the US FCC. The latest development is that ZTE Blade A521 has passed through the FCC hinting at an imminent release.

Along with the FCC certification, several images of the rumored handset were also released. The first impression after going through the images is that the phone features a glass back. With FCC ID SRQ-ZTEBLADEA521, the ZTE Blade A521 will be equipped with a 2400mAh battery.

The leaked images reveal the glass back clearly with the camera sensor, LED flash and the traditional ZTE logo embedded on the rear. We can also spot the power button and volume rockers. The glossy black finish will set new benchmarks in the smartphone segment since iPhone 8 will also ship with whole glass body in September 2018.

Upon inspection of the images leaked out from the FCC, we can view the headphone port. Incidentally, ZTE will bundle a headphone, USB cable including an AC power adapter in white color along with the product package. The physical home button is located on the front side. However, we are not sure as to whether the fingerprint sensor in integrated into it.

With the ZTE Blade A521 passing through the US FCC, you can expect an imminent release of the handset within the next few months. We are not sure as to why the leaked pictures are placed with the ruler on both sides.

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