Cricket adds the ZTE Grand X Max 2 to its wireless service

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Are you in the market for a new 6-inch smartphone? Cricket has a new option and it’s the ZTE Grand X Max 2. It costs just $199.99 with an activation.

The ZTE Grand X Max 2 is now for sale at Cricket. It features a 6-inch display with a Full HD resolution. Powering it is a Qualcomm octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz with 2GB of RAM. On the back is a dual camera, one with a 16MP lens and the other with a 2MP lens. On the front is a 5MP camera that’s capable of shooting Full HD video.

The ZTE Grand X Max 2 comes with 16GB of onboard storage that can be increased to house an additional 64GB through its microSD card slot. Android 6.0 is included straight from the box. As for the battery, the handset packs a massive 3,400mAh cell capacity promised to last into the nighttime. And if you happen to run out, you can add lots of charge quickly thanks to Quick Charge 2.0. This gives your device 50% of charge in just a half hour. Connectivity sensors include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, and microUSB for charging.

The handset is available both in stores and online (linked below) in a Blue color. Cricket also offers several accessories to go along with the smartphone at a decent price point worth checking out.

Source: Cricket Wireless


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