We don’t usually get to see too many phones that will work for U.S Chinese tech fans but the latest ZTE Grand Max 2 will.
Launched earlier in the month on Cricket, the Grand Max 2 is a big screen phablet with the specs of a mid-ranger. Think of it as the Xiaomi Max only with a smaller battery, and a dual rear camera design.
Pricing of the phone is just $200 which has left enough room in the budget for a 6-inch 1920 x 1080 display, Snapdragon 617 chipset, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, and Android 6.0.
There are some highlights though including support for Quick Charge 2.0 which will apparently charge the 3400mAh battery from 0-50 in only 30 minutes, and a dual 13 mega-pixel rear camera design.
For those ZTE fans looking for something a little more upmarket then later this month Axon are set to launch their flagship Axon 7 phone, and the Nubia Z11 Max is also due very soon too.