ZTE outs Grand X Max+ for United States carrier Cricket
It’s all raining gun and roses at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) live in Las Vegas, USA. So many tech companies are taking the stage one after the other to reveal their new technologies and products. ZTE is one of the very many Chinese companies at the event.
The ZTE Grand X Max+ was unveiled at the CES some minutes ago as a successor for the ZTE Grand XMAX which was released barely four months ago. The new smartphone retains the 6″ HD display on it’s predecessor with the only few changes coming in at the camera and processor.
Powering the gigantic Grand X Max+ phablet is a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chipset with a Cortex-A7 CPU running 1.2GHz and an Adreno 305 graphics processor. The new phone has 2GB of RAM and a storage of 16GB which can be further expanded by up to 32GB using a memory card.
For photography, the smartphone uses a 13-megapxiel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing selfie unit as against the 8MP/2MP back/front unit found on the previous model. The camera can shoot up to 1080p-sized videos at 30fps. Other features on the device includes LTE, Bluetooth 4.1, QuickCharge 1.0 and a 3200mAh battery unit.
ZTE produced the Grand X Max+ with Cricket in mind. The device is exclusively available with the network for $200 unlocked. Good news is you can use it on any other carrier as long as the network frequencies match.
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