Apart from how it looks from the front, we do know much of anything else about the Blade X2 Max. Let's change that and speculate a bit.
We take a look at what the latest affordable smartphone from ZTE has to offer in this in-depth ZTE Blade Z Max review!
Looking for the biggest possible screen on the least expensive smartphone? The Blade Z Max may be what you seek, thanks to its IMAX-sized display, insane battery, dual cameras, and affordable price point. Here is Phone Scoop's review of ZTE's latest Android handset for MetroPCS.
We love our high-end, premium phones, but we’d be lying if we said we didn’t love a good deal, too. Last year, the ZTE Z Max Pro was just that — a giant 6? phone with a 1080p display and extra features like a fingerprint reader. But, a lot changes in a year! In 2017, 1080p […] This story was originally published at ZTE Blade Z Max Review
The ZTE Blade Z Max for MetroPCS is a heck of a bargain, offering dual cameras, long battery life and a huge 6-inch screen for less than you’d expect.
Today ZTE is offering a stellar VIP bundle to one lucky winner that includes their latest: The Blade Z Max.
MetroPCS has a new phone up for pre-order, the ZTE Blade Z Max. Priced at just $129, this is ZTE’s followup to last year’s ZMAX Pro. The phone comes with a solid list of specifications, relative to its $129 price. You’ll get a 6? FHD...Show More Summary
The adoption of the dual rear camera system among smartphones has been quick, and now you can find the feature on a lot of different phones. This includes devices with low price tags. That’s where the ZTE Blade Z Max comes in. The follow-up to last year’s ZMAX Pro, the Blade Z [...]
The newly announced ZTE Blade Z Max smartphone, with a 6-inch display, will go on sale, via MetroPCS, on Monday, August 28, for just $129.
The ZTE Blade Z Max features a dual-camera system, along with a 6-inch display and a 4,080mAh battery, all for just $129.
Not too many more smartphone companies have been more effective at getting decent, low-cost smartphones into the hands of users than ZTE. Last year, they brought the 6? Z Max Pro to MetroPCS at $100, and unsurprisingly, it sold pretty well. Show More Summary
ZTE and MetroPCS today announced the Blade Z Max, a successor to last year's Z Max smartphone. ZTE is making greater use of its Blade branding on value handsets in the U.S., which is why the new phone adds "Blade" to its name. The phone relies on a metal frame and flatter rear panel that is coated with a honeycomb rubber texture for added grip. Show More Summary
This follow-up to the affordable ZMAX Pro keeps the huge 6-inch screen, while upgrading a few key specs. It has a premium metal-frame design, fingerprint reader, huge battery, and dual-lens main camera. The ZMAX Pro has been a very hot seller for ZTE and MetroPCS, and they hope to keep that streak running with the new Blade Z Max. Show More Summary
ZTE just put a dual-lens camera, fingerprint sensor, massive battery and 6-inch full-HD display in a $130 package. Here are some first impression of this budget phone.
The Blade Z Max is a big phone with a 4,080mAh battery that doesn't cost all that much. Don't turn your nose up at a budget device. For many smartphones users, that's often the only kind they can afford, and they shouldn't have to settle. The...Show More Summary
ZTE's latest Android handset for Cricket Wireless is the monstrous Blade X Max. This beast of a smartphone offers a whopping 6-inch screen, all-day battery life, and a compelling software experience. If you're in the market for an entertainment-focused TV replacement, the ZTE Blade X Max may be what you need. Here is Phone Scoop's in-depth review.
ZTE's Blade X Max phablet for Cricket Wireless combines solid performance, a sharp display, and the latest Android software at an affordable price.
ZTE has released a new 4G LTE-enabled Android 7.1 smartphone ‘Blade X Max’ in the US market. Measuring 9.39mm thick and weighing 196.4g, this mid-range smartphone boasts a 6.0-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD display with Dragontrail Glass protection,...Show More Summary
ZTE always seems to be able to put a mean deal together with Cricket Wireless, and this year is no different. Starting tomorrow, the AT&T network operator will start carrying the 6? Blade X Max for a special price of $99 for anyone porting in a number from another service. Show More Summary
Another budget phone for AT&T's discount brand. ZTE and Cricket Wireless have teamed up to launch another budget device in the U.S. market, and this one is definitely worth looking at. The Blade X Max, similar to the Max XL that launched at Boost Mobile last month, is a massive 6-inch device with entry-level specs for $149. Show More Summary