The ZTE Blade A2 was the talk of the smartphone market in 2016 following its announcement and launch into the market. The smartphone which made its way into the market in June last year came on with the Android 5.1 Lollipop on it with the MiFavor 3.2 out of the box layer.
The smartphone since its release has not gotten a major update until recently when it was spotted online with Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. The ZTE Blade A2 seems to have its Android 6.0 OS in the works as the updated powered smartphone appeared on GFXBench.
The Android 6.0 powered smartphone spotted on the site however increases the hopes that the smartphone may be getting the much awaited OS push soon.
The sad part however is that the smartphone manufacture has not pegged a date for the official OS release which means that smartphone users have to keep their fingers crossed while waiting for the official OS 6 push to their smartphone. Hopes is however rising as the appearance of the OS updated smartphone on the website points that users will get their update Roll-out sooner than later.
Specs wise, the ZTE Blade A2 packs 2 GB of RAM running on the Octa-core Cortex-A53 chipset clocked at a speed 1.5GHz with the Mali-T860MP2 on top. It is also fitted with 16 GB of internal storage memory with support for microSD card for memory expansion, all running on the 5.0-inch display powered by a non-removable 2,500mAh battery.
For its camera, the smartphone boast an impressive 13 MP rear facing camera with a 5 MP front facing camera mounted on the front part and is equipped with a fingerprint sensor right on the back panel.