ZTE's promising Warp Sequent

The Warp Sequent is a bit of a mind flip. Rising above ZTE's sea of disappointing handsets, it's a reliable and decent prepaid phone available on Boost's 3G network. Read full review
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Keeping the UI simple

The Warp Sequent sports a 4.3-inch touch screen and a nearly vanilla Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Read full review
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And then a step to the right

The handset measures 5 inches tall, 2.56 inches wide, and 0.39 inch thick, and weighs 4.6 ounces. Read full review
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Taking a decent shot

On the back is a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and panoramic shooting capabilities. Read full review
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The touch screen and up

Above the display are a 1.3-megapixel camera and an LED notification light. Read full review
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Riptide once again

Powering the phone are a 1.4GHz processor and a 1,650mAh battery, which roughly translates to 8 hours of reported talk time. Read full review
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