Just recently, ZTE USA confirmed they would be providing Sprint customers with access to three of their devices. As the 4th largest smartphone supplier in the United States, ZTE has made a name for itself in the no-contract market. The three devices made available for Sprint include the ZTE MAX XL Smartphone, Warp Connect Hotspot, and the Sprint Phone Connect 4. As pointed out by CEO of ZTE Mobile Devices, Lixin Cheng, “The ZTE MAX XL epitomizes our affordable premium strategy, enabled with high-end features such as Sprint’s HPUE technology at an affordable price.”
By using a combination of the trio, Sprint customers will enjoy a comprehensive mobile experience almost anywhere in the world. The award-winning ZTE MAX LX smartphone is one of the first devices to utilize Sprint’s HPUE technology, as well as LTE+ support. The combination provides users with faster speeds and more capacity. The phone relies on the 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon platform and features a 6-inch IPS FHD screen. The phone has an MSRP of $192.
Sprint will also begin selling the ZTE Warp Connect. The hotspot gives consumers the ability to connect up to 10 devices to the Wi-Fi hotspot. With a 2300mAH Li-ION battery, users will be able to remain online for a longer period of time. The device is compatible with the latest Wi-Fi standards, including Wi-Fi 802.11 B/G/N. It also features a beautiful 1.4″ TFT display to provide users with real-time usage stats and battery life information. The device has an MSRP of $144.
Finally, consumers will be able to transform their landline connection mobile with the Sprint Phone Connect 4 by ZTE. The innovative device makes it possible for consumers to receive their calls when they’re away from home. The Sprint Phone Connect 4 works almost everywhere, since it relies on the Sprint network. The Sprint Phone Connect 4 has an MSRP of $120. Those interested in learning more about can do so by clicking here.