After waiting so long and hearing so many rumors, ZTE is now back in the United States market alongside 2 new and super-gorgeous smartphones named Blade Max 2s and Blade Max View. Actually, ZTE (a Chinese firm) was banned in the United States due to violating trade sanctions over there. Now, the United States government reached on an agreement to lift a ban on ZTE.
Ultimately, ZTE announced ZTE Blade Max 2s and ZTE Blade Max View – sporting a massive 6-inches screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Both devices are backed by a fingerprint scanner which can save up to 5 fingers simultaneously.
ZTE Blade Max View Specifications
Both ZTE Blade Max 2s and ZTE Blade Max View are entry-level smartphones bringing a mix of good features and specifications without breaking your banks. The second smartphone ZTE Blade Max View comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 Chipset – partnered with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard memory which can be expanded further via microSD card. How much onboard memory one can expand? It’s a mystery, for now.
The handset offers users a great combo of 16MP + 2MP rear cameras whereas an 8MP FaceTime sensor lets you capture gorgeous moments with your loved ones. The rear lens is also backed by a better Portrait Mode. Besides, ZTE added dual Dolby speakers – allowing users to enjoy crystal-clear sounds. 4000mAh non-removable battery is also a part of ZTE Blade Max View.
ZTE Blade Max 2s Specifications
ZTE Blade Max 2s, on the other hand, boasts 6-inches screen with 1080p Full HD support and has an identical Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 Chipset. A total amount of RAM is 2GB and 32GB onboard memory helps you store your data with ease. Either it’s expandable or not, we’re short on words on, as of now.
The battery capacity remains the same – 4000mAh non-removable. Outback, you’ll see a 13MP rear single camera and a 5MP FaceTime sensor. A Dolby sound DS1 speaker is available, though, for clear and powerful sound.
The ZTE Blade Max 2s release date in Australia isn’t announced but in the United States, it is available on all major GSM carries e.g. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint at the starting price of $180 which after conversion comes to around CNY 1200. The ZTE Blade Max View will be available on all GSM networks alongside Verizon at $199 (CNY 1380).
Both devices are available from October 31st in the United States through online Zteusa.com and ZTE store. One can also get it from selected retailers such as Newegg and B&H.