It Is Finally Here… ZTE Blade Forums Added
Due to an overwhelmingly amount of requests, we have decided to include the ZTE Blade forums to our ever growing Android family. The Blade is popular for a very good reason… bang for your buck. This device is comparable spec-wise to most of the other mid range devices like the LG Optimus S. However, the price is what sets it apart from the others. Google it around, you will be surprised, I can guarantee you that. The device sports a rather large screen 3.5 inch and is packed with a fairly good processor and enough on board memory to allow you to run all of your programs with ease.
Development on this device has been underway for some time now and it is quite advanced. So, if you were waiting for this, now is your chance to get your hands dirty with the rest of XDA.
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