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Best ZTE ZMAX cases

We take a look at some of the best cases, covers and accessories for the ZTE ZMAX Android smartphone!
Derek ScottMay 14, 20157 shares

ZTE Q3 global smartphone shipments up 42 percent year-over-year

ZTE is on a roll, Strategy Analytics is reporting a 42 percent year-over-year growth in smartphone shipments for the Chinese manufacturer. 15 percent YTD growth.
Jonathan FeistNovember 18, 2014396 shares

An amazing smartphone that doesn’t cost a fortune!

Remember when Apple’s internal presentation leaked back in April? One of the slides was titled “Consumers want what we don’t have,” which is bigger phones for less than $300.
PromotedNovember 10, 2014603 shares

ZTE ZMax review

We take a closer look at a device with a large screen, but with a low price. Here's a comprehensive review of the ZTE ZMax!
Joshua VergaraNovember 9, 2014535 shares

Overpaying for smartphone basics?

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 ...
PromotedOctober 6, 2014


Win ZTE'S latest phablet, the ZTE ZMax Android smartphone.
Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 28, 20143887 shares

ZTE ZMAX unboxing and first impressions

Join us as we take a first look at the ZTE Zmax, a attractive looking mid-ranger with a great price tag and equally impressive specs for the money.
Joshua VergaraSeptember 16, 2014180 shares

ZTE ZMax delivers excellent specs in a 5.7-inch package, just $230 through T-Mobile

At an event in NYC, ZTE unveiled the ZMax, a 5.7-inch handset with reasonably decent specs that fall in line with and/or exceed Motorola's own popular budget handset, the Moto G.
Andrew GrushSeptember 16, 2014260 shares
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