If you’re a phablet lover and are either already on Cricket or in the hunt for a new carrier, you may want to turn your attention to ZTE’s newest offering.
The ZTE Grand X Max+ is the successor to the Grand X Max that launched last year. While the Grand X Max+ has the same 6-inch display as its predecessor, it’s gotten spec bumps in many other places, including its rear camera (13-megapixel versus 8-megapixel), front camera (5-megapixel wide angle versus 1-megapixel), RAM (2GB versus 1GB), and more.
The full spec rundown for the ZTE Grand X Max+ looks like this:
6-inch HD touchscreen
1.2GHz quad-core processor
13-megapixel rear camera
5-megapixel front camera with wide angle lens
16GB of storage
microSD card slot
2GB of RAM
Qualcomm Quick Charge 1.0
Dolby Audio for “premium sound”
4G LTE connectivity
Cricket will begin selling the ZTE Grand X Max+ in stores and online beginning January 9. Pricing will be set at $199.99, which is pretty affordable compared to many other phablet-sized smartphones on the market.