01 February 2019
Today we have a good news for ZTE fans in the US as the company wraps off the cover from two new Blade lineup phones in the US including Blade Max 2s, Blade Max View. A few months ago ZTE was banned by the US government on violating the trade sanctions, recently the ban was temporarily removed after ZTE paid $1 billion and comply with the US regulations. Now they are back with two new budget-friendly phones. Both the devices have 6.0-inches display with 2:1 aspect ratio. The fingerprint scanner on both the devices is capable to store 5 different prints at a time.
The Blade-Max view is powered up by the Qualcomm's Octa-core Snapdragon 435 chipset with 3GB RAM. The built-in native storage is 32GB which can be further expanded using MicroSD. A 4,000mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on. The primary rear snapper is 16MP whereas the secondary sensor is 2MP. Up front the selfie snapper is 8MP. Thanks to dual rear cameras you can capture portrait shots. The device comes with dual Dolby speakers to provide the best audio experience on a budget-friendly phone.
The ZTE Blade Max 2s has 6.0-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution. Under the hood, an Octa-core chipset is running the device with 2GB RAM and 32GB native storage. A 4,000mAh battery will keep its lights on. The device has single rear snapper of 13MP whereas the selfie camera is 5MP. Like the Blade,-Max view, it has Dolby sound DS1 speaker for the amazing audio experience.
Now as far as network support is a concern the Blade-Max 2s will support Sprint and all GSM networks in the US at a price tag of $180. The ZTE Max view will support Verizon and all GSM networks in the US at $199. The devices are up from sale from ZTE stores, B&H and Newegg.
|Specs||Blade Max view||Blade Max 2s|
|Screen resolution||1080 x 2160 pixels||1080 x 2160 pixels|
|Chipset||Snapdragon 435||Snapdragon 435|
|Storage||32GB Expandable via MicroSD||32GB Expandable via MicroSD|
|OS||Android Nougat||Android Oreo|
|Network support||AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon||AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint|