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 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.