The latest value-focused device from Chinese manufacturer ZTE is the Grand XMAX, coming this Friday exclusively to Cricket Wireless.
Last week, T-Mobile launched the ZTE ZMAX, a large 5.7 inch smartphone, for $252 or $10.50 per month with a two year contract. Cricket launched a similar device this week, the Grand X Max for $199. Both devices are big, beautiful and affordable and also feature some of the biggest batteries on the market. These are the features ZTE didn’t skimp on based on the company’s research.
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