It wasn’t long ago when buying a phone for around $100 would leave you with an ugly, janky mess that was fated to become a paperweight in a year’s time. Phones like the ZTE Max XL are changing that impression. On top of being a well-built device, ZTE’s budget phone offers specs and features that previously weren’t available in this price range.
This phone has a big, bright 6-inch full-HD screen, a built-in fingerprint sensor and a massive 3,990 mAh battery that lasts longer than a lot of flagship devices. It even comes with Android 7.1, so you won’t miss out on handy features like the Google Assistant or multiwindow mode — something that’s exceedingly useful on a screen this big.
Because the Max XL’s screen features a full-HD resolution, pictures and videos look much sharper than on comparable budget phones.
The biggest bummer about the ZMax XL? It’s not available on more networks, as the phablet is limited to prepaid providers Boost and Virgin, as well as Sprint.
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