ZTE has just nailed its competitors in the market of quality affordable smartphones with its brand-new 6-inch smartphone ZTE Zmax Pro, which comes with a 13MP main camera, 32GB of storage, latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow upgrade, and the Fingerprint Sensor for the jaw-dropping price of only $99.
The quality handset from China, Zmax Pro, boasts a 6-inch display panel with an FHD resolution and rocks a 13MP main camera that shoots good pics for the price, while the selfie snapper is a 5MP unit. Interestingly, the Zmax Pro is well-powered thanks to its octa-core Snapdragon 617 chipset and backed by 2GB of RAM and the Android Marshmallow OS.
The cheapy Zmax Pro supports two SIM cards, one of which can be used to hold a microSD card, 4G LTE network, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and the Fingerprint Sensor everyone’s getting crazy for not seeing it featured on such a low-priced mobile device. Other supports consist of the support of new technology of USB charging, USB Type-C, and a powerful 3,400 mAh battery with Quick Charge technology support.
2016 will be remembered as the year when entry-level phones with elementary specs went out of the market. And also for supplying under-$100 phones with Fingerprint Sensor.
ZTE has its own line of hi-end smartphones branded as ZTE Axon, but still, the company gives another push to its line of budget devices, Zmax. The ZMax Pro’s larger size, larger battery capacity, upgrade to the latest Android OS, and cheap pricing directly gave to it the opportunity to take over its competitors like the Huawei’s Honor 5X or the 4th generation of Motorola Moto G.
ZTe Zmax Pro is currently available for pre-orders via MetroPCS for the shocking price of just $99. Shipping of the Xmax Pro will start by the next month (August).