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ZTE Grand X 3: Budget-Friendly Smartphone

ZTE Grand X 3: Budget-Friendly Smartphone
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ZTE Grand X 3: Budget-Friendly Smartphone

The ZTE Grand X 3 was finally made available to the US market last January 29th via an exclusive offer with Crickett Wireless. ZTE has been trying to get a foothold on the North American market and it started the year by introducing the Axon Pro and the Grand X 3 at the CES 2016 unveiling.

According to the specs listed by GSMArena,  its physical dimensions are 154.2 x 76 x 9.4 mm and weighs 170.1 g (6.00 oz).  The ZTE Grand X 3 has a 5.5 inch multi-touch display with 720 x 1280 pixels (~267 ppi pixel density). It comes equipped with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and a 1.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm MSM8909 powered by 3080 mAh removable battery. The internal memory has a 16 GB capacity with 2GB RAM and supports microSDHC up to 64 GB.

It should also be noted that the Grand X 3 is LTE capable and has a rear camera with an 8MP resolution and a 2MP front camera. Other impressive features include a front and rear Dolby Audio speakers and a USB Type C port that promises quick charging. Currently, the only available color is the Ebony Tweed (black).

Crickett Wireless is currently offering the ZTE Grand X 3 at $129.99 with no contract. Customers who are switching from another provider can buy the handset at $79.99 plus a $50 credit when they port their number to Crickett.

Compared to the existing affordable LTE phones, most notably the Lumia series, the ZTE Grand X 3 ticks all the boxes in terms of overall features. Some of its competition is relatively more expensive and is missing either a front camera or is just running on an older version of Android. In terms of product design though, it looks rather unimpressive. But, we’ll let you decide on that.

Also Read: Carphone Warehouse Offers Microsoft Lumia 550 At £59.99 In UK

About Nathan Benito

Nathan loves playing online games on Steam and is an active (but unsuccessful) poker player. He has more than 2 years experience editing news articles for various publications, specializing in games and technology.

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