Recently, we have reported that the ZTE company is working on a new device which features a dual screen display device, named as ZTE Axon Multy, which is like Yotaphone devices and Hisense A2 & A2 Pro. Now, this brand introduced a new smartphone which would be available to Boost Mobile network, named as ZTE Tempo X. The Sprint carriers would have two operators that support its mobile towers such as Verizon Mobile and Boost Mobile. The Verizon Mobile is endeavoring to iPhone users, while Boost mobile is trying to offer Android smartphones from higher price to lower price.
This phone is providing a price tag of just $80 and has offered basic specifications. It sports a 5-inch screen which has a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels and is offering a 196ppi of pixel density. The Tempo X smartphone is running on the Android 7.1 Nougat operating system out of the box and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 quad-core processor paired with Adreno 304 graphics and 1GB of RAM. There is an 8GB of native storage which also has an option to increase memory via microSD card slot.
The Tempo X smartphone is equipped with a 2200mAh capacity battery which would give a battery juice for longer hours. The imaging department, it bears a 5MP primary camera and has a 2MP front-facing camera. Connectivity options include Bluetooth, 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi, GPS navigation support, Micro-USB port and more. The Boost Mobile network would offer a pretty good variety of affordable smartphones, but this phone offered very basic specifications apart from a battery.
So, ZTE Max XL smartphone is offering much better specification than the Tempo X smartphone, but it is offering $20 more. Compared to Tempo X device, the Max XL features a large display, Snapdragon 415 SoC, improved camera sensors, fingerprint scanner, twice the storage & RAM. The Boost Mobile would be offering pretty good plans on this network from November 2nd, which you can get unlimited talk time along with 3GB of LTE data for $50/month that price includes all taxes and fees. But, it won’t provide installment plans on this network.