The US telecom operator Verizon launches Yahoo-branded smartphone for 50 dollars. Yahoo a long-written off company is planning to come out of obscurity by launching a new budget smartphone in partnership with ZTE, called ZTE Blade A3Y.
The phone promises to provide basic calling, texting, and web browsing feature along with Yahoo services including Yahoo Mail Pro.
Yahoo parent company Verizon launched its mobile service in March which provides unlimited plan at
$39. It offers customers unlimited access to the internet and provides a complimentary subscription to Yahoo Mail Pro.
The ZTE Blade A3Y can be seen as a rehashed version of ZTE Blade A3 Prime which costs $10 more and it is available on the Yahoo Mobile Site. It sports a 5.45 – inch HD display with a resolution of 1080*720 pixels. It has MediaTek quad-core processor and it comes with 2GB of Ram and 32GB of internal storage. It has a facility of expanding storage to 2TB via a microSD card. The mobile supports Google’s Android 10 operating system with the company’s own custom skin on top.