ZTE is a popular brand when its comes to budget smartphones offering across various telecom operator in United States. After debut of ZMax phone last year it’s the time for its successor as ZMax 2 is announced. There are some few changes as the devices gets launched in United States, firstly AT&T has replace T-Mobile this time as a preferred telecom carrier.
ZTE ZMax 2 packs ideal specifications for a devices which is costing $149.99 on AT&T. You can also pick up this handset from TracFone without any contract agreement. Running on Android 5.1 Lollipop, the phone comes with 5.5 inch display as compared to 5.7 inch on ZMax. It will be powered with Quad core processor with Snapdragon 410 chipset assisted with Adreno 306 and 2 Gigs of RAM.
There is 8 mega pixel camera on the rear side of the device with LED flash and we also have 2 mega pixel camera on the front. The device gets 3000 mAh battery and has 16 GB internal storage which can be expanded further thanks to micro SD card slot supporting 32 GB storage additionally. Yes, its a 4G LTE supported handset and measures a thickness of 9.4 mm with weight approximately 170 grams.
It will be available for purchase from September 25 from AT&T and TracFone. In terms of pricing, its $100 cheaper than T-Mobile’s ZTE ZMax phone.