Rather than completely focus on high-end phones, it seems that ZTE also has one eye on the lower midrange segment as it has come out with the new ZTE Warp 7.
The device brings back the Warp brand that was used by the company almost 5 years ago. The return of this brand has allowed Sprint to place the device on sale in the prepaid market. The phone will be available for delivery starting from September 5.
Almost all specifications of the device apart from the display point out to an entry-level phone. The display is 5.5 inches in size and it comes with the 720p resolution. These figures are the standard fare across this price range and ZTE have done well to at least match these specifications. One of the high points of the device is its ability to run android 6.0 marshmallow. There are a few entry-level phones that have this latest operating system, but it is made possible since the phone has a 1.2 GHz quad core processor. Unlike some of the processors found on entry-level smartphones, this uses a 64-bit architecture.
Sadly, the phone will not be able to take advantage of the 64-bit architecture since it has only 2 GB of RAM. Even then, it is more than sufficient to handle day-to-day multitasking activities. Users will feel the pinch only when multitasking involves high-end games. The phone has 16 GB of on-board storage, which may not sound great in today’s day and age. However, the availability of microSD card slots coupled with this on-board storage makes for a good reading especially given that memory cards nowadays are a lot cheaper. One of the greatest aspects of the ZTE Warp 7 has to be in the imaging department where the rear camera has a 13-megapixel sensor and the front camera has a five-megapixel sensor.
For a phone of this size, battery size is a crucial element and the ZTE Warp 7 excels in this regard due to its 3080 mAh battery. This is also additionally helped by the presence of quick charge from Qualcomm. One of the most incredible aspects of the ZTE Warp 7 has to be its price. The phone remains as one of the few to offer android 6.0 experience at less than $100. It is priced at $99.99 plus tax without any requirements to sign contracts making it even better.
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