"Say hello to ZTE's mid-tier Grand X for Cricket Wireless"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Say hello to ZTE's mid-tier Grand X for Cricket Wireless
Hello everybody, I'm Lynn La from CNet, and today I have with me the ZTE Grand X for Cricket Wireless.
This mid-range device features a five inch corning gorilla glass display with a 960 by 540 pixel resolution.
It's powered by a 1. Two gigahertz dual core processor from Qualcomm, and the 2.3 ampere battery that has an estimated talk time of up to eight and a half hours.
Unfortunately, the handset runs on a dated Android 4.3 Jellybean OS, but you still get some Google App staples like the Chrome web browser, Gmail, and Hangouts.
The carrier also threw in some of its own apps too, like My Cricket, which lets you check your phone and data status.
Ask for visual voicemail and Wi-Fi hotspotting.
For your photo needs, the Grand X has a five megapixel camera that's capable of recording 720p video and a one megapixel shooter in the front.
Additional features include one gig of RAM, four gigs of internal memory, and a microSD card slot that's capable of expanding up to 32 gigs.
Currently the device is available prepaid for $100 after users send in a mail-in rebate.
Again, I'm Lynn, and you've been checking out Cricket Wireless's Brand X.
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