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ZTE Blade A6 Max Smartphone: Price and Full Specification Review

Last updated on December 24th, 2018

Last year, ZTE released a premium device, and now ZTE went forward to release it’s another flagship device named as ZTE Blade A6 Max at MWC 2018. This new flagship is quite a budget-friendly though with abridged specs as compared to the initial version.

The ZTE Blade A6 Max sports a standard 2GB of RAM, 16GB of Storage and a huge 4000mAh battery. The best of all, ZTE Blade A6 Max price is super-cheap. Without further delay, let’s check out ZTE Blade A6 Max review and also see what it has in store for us today.

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ZTE Blade A6 Max Price and Availability

Just like India, China, and Russia, ZTE Blade A6 Max in Australia has been hitting shores since March 2018. As far as ZTE Blade A6 Max Price in Australia is concerned, It costs around AU$178 (little lower than Motorola Moto E5). However, ZTE Blade A6 Max price is acceptable when considering specifications. Isn’t it?

ZTE Blade A6 Max Specs

The phone is backed by a broad number of dazzling specs. So, let’s have a quick overview of ZTE Blade A6 Max specifications and features.

  • Operating System: Android 7.1.1 Nougat (MiFavor 4.2)
  • CPU: Quad-Core 1.1GHz ARM Cortex-A7 Clock Speed
  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909
  • GPU: Qualcomm Adreno 304
  • Rear Camera: 8MP (LED Flash + AF Rear Sensor)
  • Front Camera: 5MP (LED Flash)
  • RAM: 2GB LPDDR3
  • ROM: 16GB (Expandable Up to 32GB)
  • Display Size: 5.5-inches PIS LCD Display
  • Display Resolution: 1280 x 720 pixels
  • Battery: 4000mah Non-Removable
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor
  • Dimensions: 152 mm x 75.8 mm x 8.3 mm

A Brief Description of ZTE Blade A6 Max Features

Talking about ZTE Blade A6 Max design, it’s a solid combination of Metal and Plastic. Just like Nokia 1, ZTE Blade A6 Max doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor, but a ZTE logo on the back of the phone. The camera is placed at the top left corner along with dual LED flash and loudspeakers are available at the bottom left corner gives you pretty loud music and quality bass.

When it comes to the ZTE Blade A6 Max display, it sports a 5.5-inches gorgeous screen (a way smaller than HTC U12 and Huawei Nova 3e) which is sharp for its price. The screen supports the maximum resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels at a density of 267 PPI. The display is crisp, vibrant and viewing angles are great.

The ZTE Blade A6 Max is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909 chipset paired with a 2GB of RAM (memory speed of 533MHz). The ZTE has an Octa-core processor and a 64-bit CPU which reaches a maximum speed of 1.1 GHz. Whereas Adreno 304 processor manages the graphical department.

The overall performance of ZTE Blade A6 Max is pretty awesome but lacks a “wow” factor and shows a sign of lags when working on multitasks.

In terms of software, ZTE Blade A6 Max runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system together with MiFavor 4.2 skin.

The phone is equipped with a 16GB of onboard memory. Isn’t it enough to keep your stuff i.e. images, videos, movies, and documents? Don’t worry, you can expand its built-in memory up to 32GB via microSD card.

Moving towards its camera, the ZTE Blade A6 Max boasts an 8MP rear camera (slightly better than Nokia 1) captures 3K resolution images, but image dimensions won’t exceed 3266 x 2449 pixels. Besides, it helps you capture photos when there is a dark outside thank its dual-LED flash.

You can take selfies with your near and dear and make video calls as a 5MP sensor sits on the front with a front flash.

We have mixed feelings when talking about its battery. We are happy to see a massive 4000mAh battery, while we are sad that there is no fast charging technology. Without fast charging, ZTE Blade A6 Max still juices up the battery from 0% to 100% within 2.5 hours.

Review overview

Body and Design5
Available Features7
Chipset and Processor6
Display and Features7
Battery Backup9
Call Quality8
Camera6
the authorStaphanie Kyle
Staphanie Kyle is one of the youngest members managing gadget reviews and other high priority news and stories for TechenGuru. When she isn’t working, you can find her listening songs and watching documentaries and sports.