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Sprint launches ZTE Max XL phone that rocks a 6-inch HD display and reasonable price

ByinAnnouncements | June 11, 2017

Sprint launches ZTE Max XL phone

After its successful launch at Boost Mobile, the ZTE Max XL ports to Sprint, expanding the carrier’s portfolio of affordable devices. Although the phone’s hardware matches the sub-$200 price tag, the handset surprises us with a massive 6-inch Full HD screen and the latest Android experience. Right now the ZTE Max XL is ready for purchase at Sprint along with two Connect devices – Warp Connect hotspot and Connect 4 router.

ZTE Max XL ports to Sprint

ZTE Max XL is now available to all Sprint’s subscribers. Priced under $200, the phone delivers a large 6-inch display and Android Nougat.

Earlier this week ZTE announced that after a successful debut on Boost Mobile (one of the Sprint’s prepaid  subsidiaries) the Max XL will be also available to Sprint’s subscribers. The phone houses a massive 6-inch screen panel covered with Corning Gorilla Glass offering Full HD viewing experience. As for optics, they come represented by a 13MP primary camera and 5MP front-facing selfie snapper, which are a pretty standard combination as for this price sector.

Driven by the Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 435 processor clocked at 1.4GHz and paired with 2GB RAM and 16GB of built-in storage the handset delivers smooth Android 7.1.1 Nougat performance. Such a big display requires big amounts of energy, this is why ZTE decided to equipped the phone with a 3,900 mAh battery cell with quick charge mode. Meanwhile, connectivity options include an USB Type-C port and Wi-Fi. Sadly, the device doesn’t support 4G LTE, but it comes with advanced data security delivered by a fingerprint reader set on the back.

Along with ZTE Max XL, Sprint added two more devices to it’s portfolio: Warp Connect hotspot and Connect 4 router. The Warp Connect hotspot is a that device sports a 1.4-inch screen panel displaying information concerning battery, usage and connection. Although the hotspot doesn’t feature Wi-Fi 802.11ac, it supports 802.11b,g and n protocols. In addition, it comes with its own 2,300 mAh battery.

The third debuting today device is the Sprint Phone Connect 4, which at first sight resembles a router. The device enables you to use your phone number anywhere you go by adding it as a separate line to your cellular plan.

Speaking of the pricing details, the ZTE Max XL is sold for $192. Meanwhile the Warp Connect and Sprint Phone Connect 4 are within your reach for $144 and $120, respectively. You can bought them online or in select Sprint’s local representatives.

source: ZTE

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