ZTE Shakes Up Phablet Segment with New Affordable MAX XL Smartphone

April 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

2017 is the year that has taken the smartphone pricing further close to $1000 mark. But despite the rising price of flagship, there are still a plenty of smartphones available in the mid-range that are powered enough to give you high satisfaction.

ZTE has been one manufacturer who has been endeavoring such smartphones more sporadically in the off late period. And they are up with yet another offing that proves to be a good deal for the pricing at which it comes out.

The device under the limelight is the new ZTE Max XL, which features a maximum display but without bothering your pockets. The pure phablet features a big 6-inch display of Full HD resolution, and it’s accompanied by a big battery of 3990mAh. Coming down to the remaining specs, they aren’t downgraded either.

With a mid-range SD 435 chipset, the device features 2GB RAM accompanied by a storage of 16GB that is expandable via micro SD. The rear-camera features a 13MP sensor, and that will be joined by the usual 5MP sensor on the front face of the device.

The specs might sound a bit disappointing to at least some, but given the $128 price point of the device, ZTE has done a good job fitting these in. Besides, ZTE Max XL will also have Android 7.1.1 out of the box. To recall, even the latest flagships are yet sticking with Android 7.0. The device is being introduced exclusively for Boost Mobile, with which you can also grab a discount of $28. Other carrier versions will soon be following.

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