ZTE has launched an enhanced version of its very popular Grand X Max phablet. This new mobile phone is named ‘ZTE Grand X Max+’ and it will be available starting January 09, from the prepaid carrier ‘Cricket Wireless’.
The phone costs $200 with no annual contracts. The monthly plan starts at $ 40.
The mobile phone features a six inch HD screen with 720 pixel resolution. The ‘Grand X Max+’ will compete with Samsung 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega and 6-inch Mega 2, and the company expect to defeat these mega brands with price.
The device runs on Android 4.4.4 Kitkat operating system. The phone has 4G LTE capabilities, and it has an internal memory of 16 GB. The external memory can be expanded up to 32 GB.
‘ZTE Grand X Max+’ is powered with Snapdragon 400 processor, quad Cortex-A7 @ 1.2GHz, Adreno 305, and it has a RAM of 2 GB.
The phone has a 13 MP rear camera, and it has an unusual 5 MP front camera. The presence of 5 MP front snapper will be surely helpful for people who love taking regular selfies. The non plus version of this phone features a 1 MP camera.
‘ZTE Grand X Max+’ is sleek, thin and stylish. The phone is just 7.87 mm thick, and it weighs a hefty 171.8 grams. The increased weight is mainly due to the presence of the beefy 3,200mAh battery. To get your battery powered up faster, the makers have enabled Qualcomm Quick Charge 1.0 technology