ZTE Libero Flip released as the most affordable foldable smartphone to date

2024 promises to be a pivotal year for foldable smartphones as every major manufacturer enters the market. With competition intensifying, prices begin to drop, and zte emerges as the newcomer and released the most affordable foldable smartphone yet.

ZTE Libero Flip has been released in Japan with a price tag of JPY 63,000 (approximately 420 USD). With a pre-order discount, the price drops to just JPY 39,800 (approximately 265 USD), making it the most affordable foldable smartphone ever.

ZTE Libero Flip display size

The ZTE Libero Flip is a clamshell-style foldable with a 6.9-inch 2790 × 1188 resolution internal screen and a 1.43-inch 466 × 466 circular external screen. The external display allows for regular frequently done tasks such as calling, taking a selfie, and media control, etc.

Like most foldable smartphones, the camera appears to be the weakest point of the ZTE Libero Flip, with just a single 50MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor at the back. At the front, it has a 16MP selfie shooter.

ZTE Libero Flip

The device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset, which is almost 2 years old, but you can’t complain at this price point. It only has a single storage configuration of 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM. The ZTE Libero Flip comes equipped with ZTE UI based on Android 13 out of the box. Some other necessary features include a 4,310mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. It also supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and NFC. The device is also IP42 certified for dust and water splash protection.

ZTE Libero Flip all three colors

The ZTE Libero Flip is available in three colors: White, Gold, and Blue. The device is scheduled to be available for purchase on February 29th. The phone is also expected to be released in China as the Nubia Flip.

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KM Asif, a founding member of AndroidStory, is passionate about technology, specially smartphones. Spend most of the time of his days digging the smartphone industry.

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