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The ZTE Warp 7 looks pretty darn alluring for $100

ZTE isn't swinging for the fences with the Warp 7, but they may just have your wallet in mind. It won't break records, but it won't break the bank either.

Published onAugust 30, 2016

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ZTE has just announced that their Warp 7 device will be available on Boost Mobile starting September 5th, and we’re not gonna lie, it looks pretty stellar for the price. $99.99 for a 13MP main camera and a 5MP selfie snapper? Get out.

Okay, so obviously if you’re paying less than a Benjamin Franklin for a device, then you shouldn’t expect to see Earth-shattering specs. However, this device is honestly pretty robust for its price range. The 5.5-inch display is HD and surprisingly brilliant considering what you’re paying for it. You’ll get a little bit of glare in broad daylight, but all things considered, it’s a very respectable screen.

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This display brings graphics to you courtesy of a 3,080 mAh battery, which is actually slightly more robust than the baseline we’ve come to expect for flagship models. Since the ZTE Warp 7 isn’t providing you with top of the line processing and graphics per se, that means this battery can last pretty much all day long. Heck, it might even make it well into Day Two if you’re not overzealous.

The Warp 7 is obviously aimed at budget users who aren’t necessarily interested in the latest and greatest specs from Samsung or Apple. What’s great about the modern smartphone market is that we’re starting to see some diminishing returns when it comes to forking over your hard-earned cash for a flagship. Technology is getting cheaper and cheaper, which means it’s easier to grab much higher tier tech at a fraction of the cost that it might have been previously.

What do you think of the ZTE Warp 7? Would you throw one hundred bucks at this device, or elect to pass? Let us know your take in the comments below!

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