There’s a 13MP main camera and 5MP front camera, along with a 3390mAh battery. The ZTE Max XL runs Android Nougat and also supports the High Performance User Equipment standard (HPUE – read more on Wikipedia) for faster network speeds and better coverage.
Overall, this sounds like a very respectable phone for the money – assuming ZTE got the software right and there’s no jankiness or excess of bloatware to get in the way of enjoyable use.
The smartphone will be sold on Boost Mobile’s 2GB plan, which also offers unlimited talk and text for $30 with auto-renew, or $35 without. You can also get it on the carrier’s Unlimited Gigs plan (unlimited talk, text, and data) for $50/mo. These are prices for the plans only. Monthly leasing for the handset hasn’t been announced.
This information was first brought forth by Digital Trends, which took the publication down – presumably due to an embargo. A cached version of the original page is available in the source link below. We’ll update the article once the phone goes live.