Not-so-slick Agent

The ZTE Agent is a $69 prepaid phone for MetroPCS. While a fine price on contract, the slim feature set, questionable design decisions, and poor call quality make it hard to recommend.
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Tall and slim--too slim?

While we like the Agent's slimness, a narrow face translated into narrow navigation buttons and Talk and End buttons. We do like the scalelike dialpad buttons for easy pressing, as well as the music player shortcut key.
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Externals

The ZTE Agent has a volume rocker, camera shutter, Micro-USB charging port, and 3.5-millimeter headset jack on its spines. An up-to-16GB expandable memory card slot is unmarked beneath the back cover.
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Camera close-up

The 1.3 megapixel camera may not produce other than your run-of-the-mill photos and choppy videos, but we do like the self-portrait mirror on the back.
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