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A sizable screen for less

The ZTE Warp 4G flaunts a big 4.5-inch 720p HD display.

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A taste of Jelly Bean

The ZTE Warp 4G runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and offers all the Google services that come with it.

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Compact but not slim

Measuring 0.41 inch thick, the ZTE Warp 4G is compact but not ultrathin.

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USB and volume keys

On the left edge of the ZTE Warp 4G are two volume buttons plus a Micro-USB port.

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Connect your headphones

On top of the ZTE Warp 4G sit a 3.5mm headphone jack and power button.

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Check out that back

The ZTE Warp 4G's back surface has a textured pattern that's easy to grip.

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Pick a slot

Under the ZTE Warp 4G's back cover are slots for microSD cards and SIM cards. The phone's battery is also removable.

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Fits well in the hand

The ZTE Warp 4G's small chassis is compact enough to operate in one hand.

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A camera that's full of features

Inside the ZTE Warp 4G's camera you'll find lots of shooting modes and manual settings.

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