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Boost Mobile Welcomes the New ZTE Max XL Into Its Lineup

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Earlier today, Sprint announced the latest smartphone model that will be available for purchase through its prepaid brand, Boost Mobile. The ZTE Max XL is the first Boost Mobile device to implement Sprint's HPUE technology, allowing each user to have access to improved LTE coverage and performance.

The ZTE Max XL comes with a 6-inch FHD display. It runs on a 1.4GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage expandable by up to 128GB via a microSD card. Camera-wise, the Max XL is able to capture through a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p video recording. On the front, there is a 5-megapixel sensor for selfies and video calls.

The device sports a 3,990 mAh battery that manages to last up to 26.6 hours on a full charge. ZTE has retained the 3.5mm headphone jack on the device but has thrown in a fingerprint scanner, Bluetooth 4.0, and GPS. Upon release, the Max XL runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS.

According to the announcement, the Max XL will be available starting Tuesday with a promotional price of $101.99 before it goes back to its regular $129.99 price. It can also be purchased along with Boost Mobile's 2GB plan, which includes unlimited talk and text, for $35 ($30 with auto-renew). Another option is to get the phone through the carrier's Unlimited Gigs plan starting at $50 for a plan with unlimited talk, text, and data.

If you are interested in this device, you can order the Max XL directly from Boost Mobile today.


Source: Sprint

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  1. Once again Boost gives its customers the watered down version of a phone that Metro PCS is offering.
    Why does Boost other then its flagship phones refuse to offer a 32gb memory phone? The Metro PCS version has 32gb built in.

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  2. Solid device, I'd unlock it and take it to another carrier. Boost plans just don't compete with Cricket and MetroPCS.

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    1. I was wonderi g can this device be used on straight talk, before I purchased it from boost moble.

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  3. Overpriced, underwhelming and locked to Sprint's abysmal native network.

    Into the trash it goes!

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  4. 16 gigs won't do, this starting price should be $70
    Otherwise Boost has to chop the monthly bill down to no more than $35 for unlimited data

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    1. Sprint is the Nickelback of carriers.

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