Back in October, Cricket Wireless launched the ZTE Grand X Max phablet. This year, it's the ZTE Grand X Max+'s turn to be offered by AT&T's very own prepaid brand. The new ZTE handset adds 4G LTE connectivity (cat4) for faster and more efficient mobile web browsing. It was recently announced at the CES floor in Las Vegas but phone will be available this coming Friday, January 9.
The ZTE Grand X Max+ is obviously a follow up to the ZTE Grand X Max model. This Android phone features a 6-inch HD display screen, wide-angle camera lens, a 13 megapixel rear camera, 5 megapixel front-facing camera, LED flash, 4x zoom lens, 16GB built-in storage, microSD card slot, 2GB RAM, Dolby Audio sound system.
The size makes it a phablet so you may want to think about how you want to mainly use this device: as a phone or as a tablet. There's one thing about this unit I'm sure of: the 5MP front camera brings taking selfies to a different level especially for the vain ones. (Hooray for high megapixel front-facing cams!)
ZTE Grand X Max+ will be affordable at $200 when it arrives in the US later this week. You can buy the phone in both retail and online stores.