The ZTE blade branded smartphone of Yahoo at just $50

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This pandemic is coming up with a lot of many surprises one after the other. Many organizations are taking full advantage of these times to give out their best in whatever they can to be the leading ones even during tough times. Many are investing in such devices which can be helpful to the people to stay connected with their loved ones during the social distancing days. One such reputed organization is Verizon who had given a wide shot by launching the new purple Yahoo smartphone.

A light Shadow of Yahoo

Let’s talk about some past experiences of Yahoo! During the time of 90s Yahoo has been quite a player, it even slipped out from an opportunity to buy Google for about 1 billion dollars in the year 2002. Then, Yahoo stepped on covering Flickr and Tumblr in order to elevate over email and search engine but which was later crushed under the burden of other social media companies. Yahoo’s market boosted up to almost 125 million dollars in January 2000. Later, Verizon took Yahoo under it in the year 2017 for more than 4 billion and put it in the arms of media.

Not only Verizon captured Yahoo but also it took over HuffPost and TechCrunch through its asset of AOL. But, currently, Verizon is finding a buyer to sell Verizon.

Yahoo mobile in a play

Yahoo with Verizon brought up the ZTE Blade A3Y with a price tag of not more than $50. The smartest phone you can get at such a cheap price. According to the cost, it is way more polished and spectacular. The smartphone has a very clear resolution of 720p with a 5.4-inch display, MediaTek powered, and a quad-core processor. The RAM is as deep as 2GB with built-in storage of 32GB which could be also extended up to 2TB. Like every other phone, it has a fingerprint sensor, a camera of about 8 megapixels, and a 2660mAh battery.

The most amazing thing is that it has a USB-C charging port, which is usually seen in branded smartphones. The software that it runs on is Android 10 with preinstalled apps like Yahoo Mail, Yahoo News, Yahoo Weather, Yahoo Sports, and Yahoo Finance.

Buy now with zero contracts and no extra bills.

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