ZTE has debuted a new handset, that belongs to the entry level segment and it’s called ZTE Boost MAX+. Serving as the sequel to the ZTE Boost MAX, priced at $200, this model is pictured below.
We’re dealing with quite a biggie here, a device with a 5.7 inch diagonal and a 720p resolution. It also has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage, plus a 3400 mAh battery. Upfront there’s a 1 MP camera, while at the back there’s an 8 MP shooter. Dolby acoustics are here, plus LTE connectivity and Android 5.1 Lollipop, so this entry level offering doesn’t sound that bad.
ZTE also has a conference scheduled on July 21st, where they’ll probably unveil more devices. In the meantime they already launched the AXON phone and the all metal Blade D6 recently, plus this Boost MAX+ newcomer. Now let’s see a price!