The device measures 6.38 inches tall, 3.27 inches wide, and 0.31-inch
thick. Given its size and the fact that its back panel is smooth and glossy, some users may find it difficult to maneuver comfortably with one
Similar to its predecessor, the phone sports a generous 6-inch
touchscreen with a 1,280x720-pixel resolution. This time, however, it
has an HD display. It's also bright, responsive, and easy to view under sunlight.
The Max+ runs Android
4.4.4 KitKat, and has your standard package of Google apps you'd come
to expect, like the Chrome browser, Drive, Gmail, Maps, and more.Other third-party apps include AccuWeather, KingSoft Offices and AskMD, a medical reference and health consulting app.
Taking brilliant photographs has rarely been a strong suit for ZTE devices (even its Nubia 5,
which was billed as a "photographer's handset" fell short of its
promises). But surprisingly, I was genuinely impressed with both the
Max+'s rear- and front-facing cameras.
Along with digital zoom and flash, the rear-facing 13-megapixel camera
has three shooting modes. For all your daily, informal shots there's
auto mode. Pro mode has more advanced editing tools, and fun mode lets you shoot
with certain effects like panoramas.