Reviews (5.3/10 Avg. rating)


Cheap doesn’t always mean cheap

ZTE ZMAX Pro

from Pocketnow ( )

We came away very impressed with the ZMAX Pro. Don’t mistake, this is not the most powerful phone on the market. Standing toe-to-toe with A Note 7 or HTC 10, this phone will lose in almost every category. But it won’t lose by much. And have I mentioned it’s $99 dollars? There are p... More

We came away very impressed with the ZMAX Pro. Don’t mistake, this is not the most powerful phone on the market. Standing toe-to-toe with A Note 7 or HTC 10, this phone will lose in almost every category. But it won’t lose by much. And have I mentioned it’s $99 dollars? There are plenty of worse options out there at that price point, but we can’t think of a single better one. If not for the Metro PCS part, this would be a solid contender for our daily driver.

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Mostly good hardware, but bad software

ZTE Axon 7

from Android Police ( )

Looking at the ZTE Axon 7 on paper, it seems great. The specs are high-end, it's running Marshmallow, and it looks quite nice. In practice, it wasn't as good as I was hoping it would be. This isn't a bad phone—there's no single deal breaker for me, but there are a lot of little things that mak... More

Looking at the ZTE Axon 7 on paper, it seems great. The specs are high-end, it's running Marshmallow, and it looks quite nice. In practice, it wasn't as good as I was hoping it would be. This isn't a bad phone—there's no single deal breaker for me, but there are a lot of little things that make it a frustrating experience.

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An outstanding Android phone

ZTE ZMAX Pro

from Digital Trends ( )

ZTE’s ZMax Pro is the most uncompromising budget phone in its price range. It’s disruptive. That’s not to put the Pro on a pedestal. The little niggles add up: the cameras aren’t nearly as good as the competition. The omission of NFC is inexcusable. Performance isn’t to... More

ZTE’s ZMax Pro is the most uncompromising budget phone in its price range. It’s disruptive. That’s not to put the Pro on a pedestal. The little niggles add up: the cameras aren’t nearly as good as the competition. The omission of NFC is inexcusable. Performance isn’t top of the line, and the navigation buttons are oddly configured.

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7/10

Decent specs for its price

ZTE ZMAX Pro

from Android Authority ( )

BOTTOM LINEYou might think a $100 smartphone won't deliver much but with the ZTE Z Max Pro, you'd be surprised at just how much smartphone you get for your money. There's definitely compromises and you have to be on MetroPCS to enjoy it but this is certainly a smartphone worth another look if your b... More

BOTTOM LINE
You might think a $100 smartphone won't deliver much but with the ZTE Z Max Pro, you'd be surprised at just how much smartphone you get for your money. There's definitely compromises and you have to be on MetroPCS to enjoy it but this is certainly a smartphone worth another look if your budget is tight.

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7.3/10

Incredible hardware, dicey software

ZTE Axon 7

from Android Community ( )

Not only is it wonderfully compact for a 5.5-inch phone, but it is well-made and nicely designed, replete with an excellent camera setup and superlative sound. If you can overcome the need to have the latest software (or expeditious software updates, for that matter), the ZTE Axon 7 is one of the be... More

Not only is it wonderfully compact for a 5.5-inch phone, but it is well-made and nicely designed, replete with an excellent camera setup and superlative sound. If you can overcome the need to have the latest software (or expeditious software updates, for that matter), the ZTE Axon 7 is one of the best unlocked smartphones you can buy today.

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ZTE's 'affordable premium' promise

ZTE Axon 7

from Engadget ( )

Overall the Axon 7 feels like a dependable, well-made handset. If you want a cleaner OS and can live with a less-sharp screen, the OnePlus 3 is a better bet at the same price. But those who prefer a great multimedia experience and a distinct aesthetic will find a more suitable companion in the Axon... More

Overall the Axon 7 feels like a dependable, well-made handset. If you want a cleaner OS and can live with a less-sharp screen, the OnePlus 3 is a better bet at the same price. But those who prefer a great multimedia experience and a distinct aesthetic will find a more suitable companion in the Axon 7.

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A hell of a good value

ZTE ZMAX Pro

from Phone Scoop ( )

The ZMax Pro has an attractive design, good screen, solid wireless performance, and excellent battery life. The hardware is well put together. The Android software is powerful and runs well enough on the ZMax Pro. The camera app isn't the quickest I've seen, but the phone does a fine job in capturin... More

The ZMax Pro has an attractive design, good screen, solid wireless performance, and excellent battery life. The hardware is well put together. The Android software is powerful and runs well enough on the ZMax Pro. The camera app isn't the quickest I've seen, but the phone does a fine job in capturing usable pictures. On the negative side, I wish the fingerprint reader were most consistent.

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8/10

It's a killer phone for $99

ZTE ZMAX Pro

from G Style Magazine ( )

I won’t lie when I first heard the price of $99 I didn’t expect this much out the box. But for a user of various Android devices you get a great deal. Huge battery, adequate camera, nice processor and massive display all bundled into one.

I won’t lie when I first heard the price of $99 I didn’t expect this much out the box. But for a user of various Android devices you get a great deal. Huge battery, adequate camera, nice processor and massive display all bundled into one.

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ZTE's best to date

ZTE Axon 7

from Cnet ( )

In both design and hardware performance, the Axon 7 is ZTE's best phone to date. But there are better alternatives. It is ZTE's best to date, but the OnePlus 3 is a better phone at the same price.

In both design and hardware performance, the Axon 7 is ZTE's best phone to date. But there are better alternatives. It is ZTE's best to date, but the OnePlus 3 is a better phone at the same price.

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7/10

Affordable flagship greatness

ZTE Axon 7

from Tom's Guide ( )

I'm still not convinced that the ZTE Axon 7's $399 price tag isn't a typo. This smartphone performs like something that costs hundreds of dollars more, with a fast processor, a rich display and a stunning design that oozes care and quality. The phone's MiFavor interface adds some nice software touch... More

I'm still not convinced that the ZTE Axon 7's $399 price tag isn't a typo. This smartphone performs like something that costs hundreds of dollars more, with a fast processor, a rich display and a stunning design that oozes care and quality. The phone's MiFavor interface adds some nice software touches without getting in the way, while its 20-megapixel camera takes gorgeous outdoor photos complete with plenty of tools for photography nuts.

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8/10

4GB Memory???

ZTE Paragon

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This phone may advertise itself with 4GB but but you enx up with way less than 1 GB to use for apps. Also even small apps are not installable unless you have over 250 MB freed up. Kind of restrictive when you want to grow. Apps are not able go install or move to SD card. Good cheap phone to start ou... More

This phone may advertise itself with 4GB but but you enx up with way less than 1 GB to use for apps. Also even small apps are not installable unless you have over 250 MB freed up. Kind of restrictive when you want to grow. Apps are not able go install or move to SD card. Good cheap phone to start out on though.

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5/10

i don't love it

ZTE Zephyr

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This phone has like no Internal storage. I wasted money on a 32 GB SD card thinking that would help, but you can't move apps to it. As a person that likes to have a lot of apps on the phone this was a terrible choice because you can only have like 2 at a time.

This phone has like no Internal storage. I wasted money on a 32 GB SD card thinking that would help, but you can't move apps to it. As a person that likes to have a lot of apps on the phone this was a terrible choice because you can only have like 2 at a time.

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2/10

Loved it at first

ZTE Lever

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was wonderful up until the 30 day deadline to return. It said invalid Sim card. Straighalk insisted on sending me a new one but before they could get it to me I watched a you tube video on how to fix it myself and it worked. Only other issue I have had is it calls different contacts in my list rando... More

was wonderful up until the 30 day deadline to return. It said invalid Sim card. Straighalk insisted on sending me a new one but before they could get it to me I watched a you tube video on how to fix it myself and it worked. Only other issue I have had is it calls different contacts in my list randomly. Sometimes I will not even be in the same room so I know I'm not doing it.

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8/10

THE VOLUME IS HORRRRRRRRIBLE

ZTE ZMAX 2

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The volume on the ZMAX 2 is awwwful. When I record a video, I can't hear a damn thing! Is there anyway to raise the volume. The volume output hole is tiny. John W. Miller

The volume on the ZMAX 2 is awwwful. When I record a video, I can't hear a damn thing! Is there anyway to raise the volume. The volume output hole is tiny. John W. Miller

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4/10

sucks

ZTE Fanfare

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The one I got is super sensitive. When you try to scroll down or up its always clicking on everything

The one I got is super sensitive. When you try to scroll down or up its always clicking on everything

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3/10

Fast huge screen good sound

ZTE Lever

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Love this phone

Love this phone

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10/10

It's Ok

ZTE Avid Plus

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I just kind it annoying that the data for all my apps are being saved onto the phones internal storage as opposed to the SD card even though I moved those apps to there along with setting the storage location to the SD card. It begs the question if it's even worth having an SD card mounted on here.... More

I just kind it annoying that the data for all my apps are being saved onto the phones internal storage as opposed to the SD card even though I moved those apps to there along with setting the storage location to the SD card. It begs the question if it's even worth having an SD card mounted on here. Besides that, its all good

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8/10

Just received it

ZTE Quartz

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Just received my phone and find it easy to use except accessing voicemail. I am used to accessing vm with one button, now I need 4 steps, a bit annoying.

Just received my phone and find it easy to use except accessing voicemail. I am used to accessing vm with one button, now I need 4 steps, a bit annoying.

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8/10

I dislike this phone because you can't buy a phone case for it.

ZTE Grand X 2

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The Phone is good, the accessories (or lack of a case) is horrible. if you are thinking of purchasing this phone do yourself one favour first. Ask the store if they have any cases for this phone, while they are "looking in the back" gradually walk away. Don't believe them if they say they are on o... More

The Phone is good, the accessories (or lack of a case) is horrible. if you are thinking of purchasing this phone do yourself one favour first. Ask the store if they have any cases for this phone, while they are "looking in the back" gradually walk away. Don't believe them if they say they are on order (they aren't). You can't find them on ebay, amazon or anywhere else for that matter (go ahead and look online for yourself). The best you will find is a generic case that you will have to remove every time you want to charge the phone or take a picture. Too bad, because it is a decent phone for the dollar.

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1/10

I detest this phone because....

ZTE Obsidian

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they hocked this to me for $100 even at the store. after 2 weeks, malfunction after malfunction. oh well, i guess 2.3/10 says it all. maybe after my review it'll be 2.29/10

they hocked this to me for $100 even at the store. after 2 weeks, malfunction after malfunction. oh well, i guess 2.3/10 says it all. maybe after my review it'll be 2.29/10

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1/10

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