"T-Mobile's 5.7-inch ZTE ZMax is an inexpensive off-contract phablet"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
T-Mobile's 5.7-inch ZTE ZMax is an inexpensive off-contract phablet
I'm Lynn La for CNET.
And today we're gonna take a closer look at the ZTE ZMax for T-Mobile.
Now, as you can obviously tell, this is a very big device and is ZTE's latest foray into the tablet market.
The handset weighs 6.7 ounces and measures three point three inches wide.
So some may find this device a bit heavy and unwieldy.
But if you have a particularly large grip, the phone size may not bother you that much.
The Z-Max also sports an expansive 5.7 inch HD display with 1280 by 720 pixel resolution and Gorilla Glass 3. It's powered by a 1.2 gigahertz quad core processor, and a 3.4 ampere hour battery, which has a reported talk time of up to 14 hours.
On the back you'll get an eight megapixel camera that's capable of ten ADP video, and ont he front there's a 1.6 megapixel shooter.
The 4G LTE phone runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat and has a minimum amount of loaded preloaded carrier apps like T-mobile TV and visual voicemail.
additional features include two gigs of RAM, 16 gigs of internal memory and the option to add up to 32 gigs of expandable storage.
If you're interested the handset is currently priced at $252 on T-Mobile without a contract.
Again, I'm Lynn and you've been checking out the ZTE ZMax.
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