The Chinese smartphone brand ZTE on Thursday officially launched the Blade 20 Pro 5G smartphone at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference. The phone maker unveiled the handset alongside the Axon20 5G Extreme Edition. The Blade 20 Pro 5G smartphone will be launched in China in June in White, Space Gray and Blue color variants.

While the smartphone will be powered by a 64-bit octa-core processor from Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor family, the Blade 20 Pro 5G features a 12 MP main camera with a wide-angle lens with 1.9um NXZ lens and 8 MP front camera. Federal regulatory body, the European Commission requested that ZTE to remove the dual rear cameras from the Blade 20 Pro 5G and banned Samsung devices from mounting dual rear camera systems. ZTE appears to have agreed to comply to the revised demand to remove the dual rear cameras and leaves the OIS sensor in place. The phone starts from CNY 2,499 (approximately $330) ($402).

The Blade 20 Pro 5G features a quad-core CPU, 3GB RAM, 32/64/128GB internal storage and a non-removable 3000mAh battery. The phone comes with support for 4G VoLTE (Voice over LTE/4G), QHD battery, LTE, Connectivity 2.0, wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, NFC, and IP68 dust and water resistance. Additionally the phone runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. The ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G will be listed on ZTE's official site later this month.

Battlefield 4's Battlefield 4 Premium Premium edition was launched earlier this summer in the US. In Canada, it's been priced at $60 (pre-order+50% off): $50 CDN can be had already. In other words, it isn't about best value, all editions including the ultimate edition are about best value. The Premium edition and Ultimate edition are obviously unlike the standard editions which are get-a-free-combo-of-weapons. Premium will unlock the crafting system and new promotional missions. That actually speaks to why they've included them in the sale for $60+$50 of both money spent (the Ultimate edition is free) and some extra (that also unlocks promotional missions). It's not just that the real content is unlocked and that people who have already paid a lot are getting more games but they're not just getting more DLC.

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