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ZTE ZMax Pro

Available only on prepaid carrier MetroPCS for now, the ZTE ZMax Pro is a big-screen phone with a surprisingly small price tag of $100.

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The device features a spacious 6-inch display with a 1,080-pixel resolution.

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Powering its insides are a 1.5GHz eight-core Snapdragon 617 processor and a 3,400mAh battery.

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With such a generously sized screen, the rest of the phone is big too. It measures 6.5x3.3x0.35 inches and weighs 6.7 ounces.

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On the bottom is a USB Type-C port for charging and transferring files.

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For your selfie needs, the ZMax Pro has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.

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On the back is a 13-megapixel shooter that can record 1,080p HD video.

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The device comes with 32GB of internal storage, but you can also add an additional 128GB with an external microSD card. The handset also has 2GB of RAM.

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On the back of the phone is a fingerprint reader for extra user security. Unfortunately, because the ZMax Pro doesn't have an NFC chip, you can't use services like Android Pay.

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The device runs Google's Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS, which features the more robust search assistant Now on Tap and added user security with app permissions.

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As mentioned before, the ZTE ZMax Pro is only available on one carrier for the time being. Its battery also takes a while to get fully juiced up and there's no NFC chip. However, for $100, it's an incredibly affordable phone. For more info, check out CNET's full review.

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