International sales of the LTE packed ZTE V5 Max have begun with pricing just shy of $200.
The ZTE V5 Max is the smartphone which ZTE hope will draw attention to them and away from the Xiaomi Redmi Note. Pricing and specs are all there, but best of all the phone actually looks a whole lot nicer than the big screen Xiaomi too.
Qualcomm kick off the hardware features with their Snapdragon 401 chipset with LTE support, working with the SoC is 2GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory. The display is a 5.5-inch panel at a resolution of 720p.
Although not branded as a Nubia device, the ZTE V5 Max does ship with Nubia OS as standard, meaning you get all those great Nubia features (including camera settings) at a more attainable price.
Other nice features are a replaceable battery, dual SIM and space for a micro SD card reader.
E-commerce site Vifocal.com are currently shipping the ZTE V5 Max now at only $199.99.