On the market for a capable though cheap smartphone? If so, then AT&T Prepaid may have something for you. Earlier today the carrier expanded its affordable lineup by the ZTE Blade Spark. Being a product targeting at extremely budget-conscious users, the phone offers a massive screen panel, decent optics represented by a 13MP camera and Android Nougat experience.
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.
A month after releasing the MAX XL on Boost Mobile prepaid network, ZTE introduced another affordable phablet for another prepaid service provider. Earlier this week, the company has shared the news that they’re launching the ZTE Blade X Max at Cricket Wireless. As of now the phone can be yours for less than $150 contract-free.
The mobile industry is known for fierce competition at both the top and bottom end devices. However, despite of the entire spot light taken by the flagship smartphones, the bottom end is the one experiencing the biggest rivalry. Each day we see masses of new interesting offerings being launched to the market. Except for really competitive price tags these phones feature continually increasing specs. Released today ZTE Prestige 2 for Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile is no exception here. This 5-inch Android phone comes with a package of decent hardware and low price.
Using the MWC 2017 event, ZTE expanded its mid-range Blade lineup by two more devices. Announced in Barcelona the ZTE Blade V8 Lite and ZTE Blade V8 Mini are affordable offerings delivering Android Nougat experience, with the latter’s biggest focus on optics making it a perfect phone for all photography buffs.
If you’re on the market for a pocket-friendly and capable Android phone, then Cricket Wireless may have something for you. Within its Black Friday promo the carrier is now offering the ZTE Grand X 4 for less than fifty bucks. How to benefit from the promo? Here’s everything you may want to know about the deal.
China- based mobile maker ZTE put all their efforts to conquer the US market. Shortly after launching the Axon 7 Mini, the company is ready to release another affordable device. Hitting the market just in time for the biggest shopping season, the ZTE Grand X 4 becomes available in the States. Distributed by Cricket Wireless the phone is within your reach since November 18th priced at $129.99.
Looking through phone offers, it may seem that flip phones are a thing of the past. Indeed, the vast majority of devices on sale nowadays are touchscreen-only smartphones with bar design. However, if you are in the market for a good old flip phone, also known as clamshell, you can easily find one. In fact, ZTE has just added a brand new Android model to the mix that you can buy through Best Buy for just a hundred bucks.
Considered one of the largest prepaid service providers Boost Mobile has just expanded its smartphone stable by another affordable device. Called ZTE Tempo, the phone offers a compact design and LTE connectivity for just $69.99. As always with the Sprint-owned prepaid subsidiary you don’t need to bind yourself with a long term contract to grab the phone at this price.
T-Mobile launches 6-inch ZMax Pro phablet with FHD display, fingerprint scanner that cost less than $10 monthly
This year mobile-makers have proved that they’re capable of delivering a decent budget phones that combine both solid specs and low pricing. Although many of them offer phones whose prices range from $300 to $500, ZTE has recently released a phone that costs less than $200 and is still a really capable device. The ZTE ZMax Pro joins T-Mobile and can be yours for less than $10 per month. For that money you will get a massive phablet with a HD screen resolution and a fingerprint scanner.
Electronics, especially smartphones, depreciate very fast. In many cases, special deals and promotions start to pop up just a few weeks after launch. After a few months, even expensive device can become quite affordable. After a year, many phones are simply dirt cheap. The ZTE ZMAX 2 Android phone certainly is – the handset is now on sale for just fifty bucks without contract. To be more precise, the ZTE ZMAX 2 currently costs $49.99 and is available on eBay and at Best Buy. It’s a pretty generous price cut considering that the phone was launched with a $149.99 price tag.
Smartphone makers prove over and over again that you no longer have to pay tons of money for decent specs. Gone are the times when a cheap phone equaled weak hardware, bad software and generally poor performance. Now you can choose from dozens of smartphones offered at budget-friendly prices with specs you wouldn’t even dream of a few years ago. The latest example is the ZTE Warp 7 Android smartphone which is now available through Boost Mobile priced at under $100, or $99 to be more precise.
If you are looking for a smartphone with a decent set of specs at a budget-friendly price, a ZTE offering might be a good choice. Especially worth your attention, at least in the US, is the Axon series which includes a few models, all of which are available unlocked. Last week the family got expanded with a new member as at IFA in Berlin ZTE announced the cheapest smartphone in the Axon lineup.
Would you believe if we told you that you can buy a capable phablet for less than $100? Probably not, since mobile manufacturers often sacrifice premium hardware for lower cost. But this is not the case with the ZTE Max Pro. The mid-tier Android smartphone has just landed at Metro PCS where it is sold at $99. Except for a massive 6-inch screen the device offers solid optics, fingerprint reader and a powerful battery.
SIM-lock free ZTE Axon 7 pre-sale began through online stores at pretty decent price and shipping scheduled on July 17
When you hear “flagship”, one of the first words that comes to mind probably is “expensive.” Well, that’s how things are – flagship phones made by such companies as Samsung, LG, Apple or HTC can cost a fortune. However, unless your life would really make no sense without a device of one of these brands, you don’t have to pay $700 for a premium handset. Instead, you can opt for a ZTE phone which tend to be equally great yet much more affordable. Can’t find in ZTE’s portfolio any device that works for you? Don’t worry. A new model called Axon 7 is about to hit the market. Pre-sale already began through third-party online stores with shipping scheduled for July 27.
Usually, mobile manufacturers release an “N” model and later they add alternatives to the line calling them “N Mini” or “N Plus”. However this is not the case with ZTE. After releasing Numia Z11 Mini and Nubia Z11 Max the Chinese company finally launched the Nubia Z11. Unlike its siblings the Nubia Z11 is a true flagship killer not only in terms of specs but as well in terms of design.
When you think about a super inexpensive phone, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Most folks would probably answer bulky, unattractive design, cheap materials, very modest hardware and poor performance. While this image is true for many ultra affordable devices, some manufacturers manage to include respectable components in their handsets and still sell the phones at budget-friendly prices. When it comes to decently spec’ed yet inexpensive devices, China is indisputable leader. Take for example ZTE. The company just introduced the Blade A2, a $100 phone featuring fingerprint sensor and metal body.
Released last year the ZTE Axon Pro came as a big surprise to all of us. Although a smartphone combining high-end technology with a competitive price tag wasn’t a new idea, it was the very first ZTE premium smartphone that targeted the States. Today the China-based company unveiled the next phone in its premium line. Dubbed ZTE Axon 7 the device features high-performance, attractive design and an competitive price tag.
ZTE and Cricket launched a $199 phablet that packs 6-inch FHD screen, octa-core processor and huge battery
When phablets first appeared on the market, some skeptics predicted that they would have a short-lived carrier. It didn’t happen, though. On the contrary, customers fell in love with large-screen phones so displays kept growing in size and today you might have a hard time finding a handset which measures below 5 inches. It proves that huge screens are what users want so in order to make their customers happy, ZTE and Cricket launched a $199.99 phablet that packs a 6-inch FHD screen, octa-core processor and huge battery.
Since Samsung and LG have already unveiled the latest updates to their flagship lines, now the time has come for less known mobile makers to present their latest offering. Taking their chances ZTE steals the show on the first day of the MWC 2016 expo and releases two new phones. Dubbed Blade V7 and Blade V7 Lite the handsets debut as a mix of stylish full metal body design, decent hardware and an affordable under $300 price tag.