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ZTE Blade X Max Rumored to Be Sold by Cricket Wireless

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Earlier today, a source by Android Authority revealed that a new ZTE smartphone could be making its way to Cricket Wireless real soon. The smartphone, called ZTE Blade X Max, is the third ZTE device with a 6-inch screen that has been revealed in the past week alone.

So what's inside the Blade X Max?

Although the Blade X Max may have a somewhat similarity with the Max XL smartphone announced by Boost Mobile, it is two different devices. For its specs, the Blade X Max includes a 6-inch full HD screen. Powering the device from within is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of on board storage, and a microSD card slot for up to 64GB memory expansion.

Camera-wise, the Blade X Max will be equipped with a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. It has a 3,400 mAh battery, USB Type-C port, and Quick Charge 2.0 support. Upon release, the device will run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.

As of this writing, there has not been any concrete information regarding the price and availability of the device. But considering the device will be available on Cricket Wireless, it will likely be available with one of the network's monthly plans:

  • $30 per month - includes 1 GB of high-speed data
  • $40 per month - includes 3 GB of high-speed data
  • $50 per month - includes 8 GB of high-speed data
  • $60 per month - includes unlimited high-speed data access
We'll have to keep a close eye on Cricket for the official announcement on this device, along with pricing and release date information. 

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  1. Cricket took more than a week to get back to me about my voice mail not working, and this soon-to-be $100 device is comparable to my $50 year-old Idol 3.

    Neither of those things inspires much faith in Cricket, which has largely become completely devoid of value unless you're getting the full 5 line discount.

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  2. I work for Cricket Wireless,this phone has Great Specs,
    I can't wait to try it out.

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  3. Third? One for Boost, one for Cricket. What's the other one?

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  4. So it's the usable version of the Max XL, which itself wasn't worth the price either.

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  5. Do not buy xte devices I have a grand x max 2 from cricket zte has video problems videos will jump right to the end

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  6. Not sure where the guy up top gets his service, but I can't find a better plan on a better network for less than the $35 flat I pay on Cricket for unlimited everything with a soft data cap. The throttle isn't even that bad, I used 12 GB last month and was still able to use Youtube and Netflix without buffering.

    Anyhow, this ZTE phone comes with a FREE backdoor. Enjoy it if you make the purchase.

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    1. Not only that, but ZTE is friendly to antisemitic terrorists in the Middle East, and has helped the North Korean government out too.

      http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/8/14852182/zte-embargo-iran-north-korea-record-fine

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    2. I use Gophone's $43 (after autopay) plan with 6GB of unthrottled rollover data.

      The extra $8 is well worth the additional 3 perks considering I never have problems or outages even during peak hours.

      The same couldn't be said for Cricket, which had become proggressively worse since I'd used it last year.

      The fact that their device offerings aren't even competitive anymore just goes to show how neglected they've become, like a step-child AT&T had high hopes for but which turned out to be a disappointment due to their own refusal to offer significantly increased data allotments as a trade off for Cricket's 8mbps throttle, lower priority and spotty service.

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