Yahoo is launching its first-ever Smartphone in partnership with ZTE, called the Blade A3Y. For only $50, it brings all the basic features such as an 8MP rear camera, an HD display, and the latest version of Android.
The device has a 5.45-inch display with a 720p resolution and large top and bottom bezels. A single 5MP selfie camera can be seen on the top left corner next to the earpiece. The rear panel features a textured finish and a single 8MP primary camera in the corner with a dual-LED flash setup. There is no fingerprint sensor to be seen anywhere, which is fair at this price point.
Under the hood, there is 2GB RAM on board with 32GB storage that can be expanded with a micro SD card. There is no mention of a chipset, but the phone boots Android 10 and comes with several pre-installed Yahoo apps including Mail, News, Sports, Finance, Weather, etc.
The battery capacity is 2,660 mAh and charges through a microUSB port and lacks support for fast charging. Priced at only $50, the Yahoo ZTE Blade A3Y is one of the cheapest Android Smartphones available in the market.