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ZTE Imperial II is now available at US Cellular online store for a penny on contract

ByinNew Phones | January 2, 2015

ZTE Imperial II US CellularToday, the ZTE II Imperial has joined the US Cellular list of smartphones offerings. ZTE USA, claimed to be the fourth largest mobile manufacturer in the US, has just announced that their low-budget Android-based handset is on the way to US Cellular and right after the phone appeared on carrier’s official online store priced at $149 off contract or for a penny upfront with two-year service agreement. So, if you feel like interested in the offer and the phone itself, let’s check its ins and outs.

ZTE Imperial II for US Cellular

ZTE Imperial 2The next generation of the ZTE Imperial lineup goes on sale slightly updated, which translates to a bigger screen. Larger size of a display is a result of a survey conducted by the company, according to which 83 percent of the interviewed claimed they’re interested in having a smartphone with a bigger screen. Simultaneously, only 22 percent agreed to pay a higher price for the device. Listening to the needs of their customers, ZTE Imperial II is delivering us the 5-inch qHD capacitive multi-touch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz.

In terms of memory capability, running Android 4.4.2 Kitkat the Imperial II features 1GB RAM and 8GB of built-in storage that if not sufficient enough can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD cards. There are also a 5-megapixel main camera unit, Bluetooth 4.0 and support for 4G LTE connectivity on the phone’s board. Additionally, a 2,300 mAh battery generates the energy necessary to keep the light on all day long.

The Imperial II is the ZTE’s latest line of contract-free smartphones released in 2014. Perhaps the device will manage to repeat the great sale success of the Grand X MAX and Warp Sync and continue the leadership in the contract-free market sector. Other that that, the phone will surely gain masses of users thanks to its extremely budget-friendly price tag, being definitely a great option for all those who don’t want or cannot bind themselves with a long-term commitment.

Concluding, though the ZTE Imperial II isn’t surely one of the best specced slates, it’s still a pretty capable device that enables users to stay in contact with their friends or entertain themselves through for instance, downloading one of numerous apps from Google Play. At this point, the phone is available only in white.

more info: US Cellular | BusinessWire

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