Reviews (5.2/10 Avg. rating)

Big, bulky, and just enough

ZTE Max+

from Android Guys (24 days ago)

The phone feels a little bulky however it is not actually all that thick. A lot of it comes down to the bezel around the display and the extra space above and below the screen. If you’re not happy holding or using a 4.5-inch or 5-inch phone, this one might feel unwieldy. We found the HD displa... More


It's really great to hold, look at, and operate

ZTE Nubia Z9

from PhoneArena (2 months ago)

So the Nubia Z9 is a uniquely designed handset, with powerful hardware under the hood. But would we suggest one spends $600 on it? In its current state – most certainly not. While the Nubia Z9 does have the hardware and design down, and while the camera has great potential, the software is ce... More


The ZTE Nubia Z9 definitely knows how to put on a flagship show

ZTE Nubia Z9

from GSMArena (3 months ago)

When you create a unique product you get to set your own price. That's what ZTE did with the Nubia Z9 - it's undeniably unique, but it's only slightly cheaper than a Galaxy S6 edge. Does Nubia have the brand recognition to justify that price? Perhaps in China, but ZTE believes that's to be the case... More

Middle of the road, middle of the pack

ZTE Axon Pro

from The Verge (3 months ago)

I just can’t tell who it’s for. It’s loaded with high-end specs that would appeal to enthusiasts, but it’s not as aggressively priced nor as nicely designed as the OnePlus 2, which has similar hardware. It doesn’t have the cool customizability or great software features... More


A fine phone, but it's not the best phone for the money

ZTE Axon Pro

from Phone Scoop (3 months ago)

ZTE hopes consumers would rather spend $449 on the Axon Pro than $649 (or higher) for handsets like the One M9, G4, or Galaxy S6. In this case, the price point accurately reflects the value you're getting. The Axon Pro is a good high-end smartphone, but it only offers about three-quarters of the per... More


Affordable, but high tech

ZTE Maven

from Legit Reviews (3 months ago)

Even though the ZTE Maven is on the smaller side, with a screen size of 4.5-inches which is about the same size as an Apple iPhone 5, it is powered by a functioning Android-5.1 OS that lets you run all of your favorite programs and apps with no problem. For anyone looking for an inexpensive, but ful... More

Solid build, a terrific performer, respectable battery life

ZTE Overture 2

from Android Guys (3 months ago)

I’ve very glad to have taken the Overture 2 through its paces. The performance that today’s entry-level Android can pull has left me quite impressed. If it weren’t for the main concerns I’ve raised (poor display, camera lighting issues, and miniscule internal storage space),... More


A commanding multimedia smartphone at a more-affordable-than-usual price

ZTE Axon Pro

from PC Magazine (3 months ago)

The Axon Pro gets four stars. It's a quality smartphone. But we're withholding the Editors' Choice here until we've seen how these three phones—and anything else similar that's coming out very soon—compare with each other in the real world.


Aggressively priced for a high-end, flagship phone

ZTE Axon Pro

from PhoneArena (4 months ago)

So, is it worth it to pick up the ZTE Axon Pro over some of the aforementioned devices? Naturally, that’s tough because there are still opportunities to advance its performance in the areas of its camera and battery life. If you’re looking for the savings in a high-end, flagship phone, y... More


A powerhouse that punches above its weight

ZTE Axon Pro

from Engadget (4 months ago)

I've got to hand it to ZTE: The Axon is the sort of powerful, budget-friendly phone I never thought the company would, or could, make. It's got gobs of power. It's mostly well-built. The camera isn't half-bad. And that tantalizing $450 price tag currently represents the floor -- the least amount of... More

The worst phone I've ever had :(

ZTE Obsidian

(6 days ago)

Shitty phone from end to end. There's nothing else to say =(


Bang For the Buck

ZTE Paragon

(9 days ago)

Other than simplicity of design and plastic construction, a very decent phone for the price point. Very responsive screen "touch." Better than average quality pics. Smooth video play.


I hate this phone

ZTE Obsidian

(20 days ago)

Like, I can't even play my music from my sd card or put apps on it. Like the device storage itself is like 4GB(If even that


Extremely basic

ZTE Z432

(26 days ago)

No way to access our manage sim card contacts, terrible browser, extremely slow navigation of the menu system. Somehow much worse than the ancient panotech it's replacing...I don't know how that could have been possible... Only positive is long idle time.


Decent, not much else to say

ZTE Z432

(about 1 month ago)

You get what you pay for. Dont expect to be able to use the internet. The keypad typing is a relic, past it's time. But for 70$, and to someone who literally only uses it to talk and text, its decent. It gets the job done, although friends might laugh when you pull out this clunky old dinosaur.


Good phone compaired to my previous phonesd

ZTE Lever

(about 1 month ago)

Good phone. Terrible service carrier (Straight Talk) Not upgradable from what I have gotten from ST and ZTE. I bout 2 ZTE LEVER LTE, one came with Android 4.4.4 and the other Android 5.1.


Its a complete phone at very low cost

ZTE Avail 2

(2 months ago)

you can easily get AT&T ZTE IMEI Unlock Code from zteunlockcodes.com, i got a very fast response and easy solution to unlock my ZTE phone and i found it to be the cheapest way to unlock my phone thank you zteunlockcodes.com


Wish I would have bought something ekse

ZTE Lever

(2 months ago)

22 days after purchasing the phone it stop reading my micro Memory Card. I keep getting an error saying my sim card was invalid. So I called Straight Talk hoping to get it resolved. My memory card works fine in any other phone or device I put it in except the ZTE Lever. Needless to say it straigh... More


Crappy storage space

ZTE Zephyr

(3 months ago)

This phone has like no Internal storage. I wasted money on a 32 GB SD card thinking that would help, but you can't move apps to it. As a person that likes to have a lot of apps on the phone this was a terrible choice because you can only have like 2 at a time.


Because it look's good for me


(3 months ago)


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