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Talk Android

Two screens, one camera, unlike anything else

ZTE Axon M

from Talk Android

I’ve had more fun with the Axon M than any other smartphone in 2017. The novelty of the second screen wore off a little, but I continued to find myself trying to find a reason to flip it open. It was just too cool working both simultaneously. It’s also the ultimate party trick with friends.

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I’ve had more fun with the Axon M than any other smartphone in 2017. The novelty of the second screen wore off a little, but I continued to find myself trying to find a reason to flip it open. It was just too cool working both simultaneously. It’s also the ultimate party trick with friends.

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TechRadar

This solid attempt is marred by its price

ZTE Axon M

from TechRadar

Foldable phones are the future, but ZTE’s present-day take on the concept is here, bringing along some clever functionality to extend your work and play to a second screen.

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Foldable phones are the future, but ZTE’s present-day take on the concept is here, bringing along some clever functionality to extend your work and play to a second screen.

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Phone Scoop

An entirely unique handset in today's market of slim slates

ZTE Axon M

from Phone Scoop

The ZTE Axon M is a curious beast of a phone. There's no question ZTE attempted to pull off something ambitious here, and yet I don't think it quite succeeded.

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The ZTE Axon M is a curious beast of a phone. There's no question ZTE attempted to pull off something ambitious here, and yet I don't think it quite succeeded.

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Tom's Guide

This foldable phone falls flat

ZTE Axon M

from Tom's Guide

The Axon M is ideal for those moments when you absolutely need to multitask. But most of the time, it's simply not as fast and doesn't last as long, feel as comfortable to use or take pictures as well as similarly priced flagships from Samsung or Google.

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The Axon M is ideal for those moments when you absolutely need to multitask. But most of the time, it's simply not as fast and doesn't last as long, feel as comfortable to use or take pictures as well as similarly priced flagships from Samsung or Google.

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PhoneArena

It is a bit half-baked

ZTE Axon M

from PhoneArena

This isn’t the worst effort ZTE could have made, although it is a bit half-baked, and the Axon M falls short in key areas. Unfortunately, software is the one of the most deficient areas of the M. Simply stretching and splitting content in accordance with the in-built functionalities of...More

This isn’t the worst effort ZTE could have made, although it is a bit half-baked, and the Axon M falls short in key areas. Unfortunately, software is the one of the most deficient areas of the M. Simply stretching and splitting content in accordance with the in-built functionalities of the Android OS leaves the user with a rather slapdash user experience.

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ZDNet

A unique dual screen phone optimized for multi-tasking

ZTE Axon M

from ZDNet

The ZTE Axon M is clearly a unique smartphone with the two displays. ZTE has done a good job of building a solid smartphone that performed flawlessly for me. This wasn't easy considering there are different screen modes to manage.

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The ZTE Axon M is clearly a unique smartphone with the two displays. ZTE has done a good job of building a solid smartphone that performed flawlessly for me. This wasn't easy considering there are different screen modes to manage.

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Android Authority

Certainly an ambitious smartphone

ZTE Blade Z Max

from Android Authority

The best thing about the Blade Z Max, besides its price, is its outstanding battery life. Among its impressive feature set, it delivers a good display and an excellent finger scanner. But despite having a dual camera, only the main shooter is remarkable - the poorly implemented dual-lens modes ar...More

The best thing about the Blade Z Max, besides its price, is its outstanding battery life. Among its impressive feature set, it delivers a good display and an excellent finger scanner. But despite having a dual camera, only the main shooter is remarkable - the poorly implemented dual-lens modes aren't worth your time. Definitely consider if you're on a budget.

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Phone Scoop

An absolute steal considering what it offers

ZTE Blade Z Max

from Phone Scoop

The ZTE Blade Z Max punches well above its weight class. The phone may be a little boring to look at, but ZTE selected good materials and put them together well. The enormous screen is bright and colorful, data performance is quite good, and battery life is among the best available.

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The ZTE Blade Z Max punches well above its weight class. The phone may be a little boring to look at, but ZTE selected good materials and put them together well. The enormous screen is bright and colorful, data performance is quite good, and battery life is among the best available.

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Chip Chick

Once again a terrific deal

ZTE Blade Z Max

from Chip Chick

As always, the big question is price — do the improvements on the ZTE Blade Z Max warrant an increase from $100 to $130? I tend to think so, although it depends on what you value in a phone. If you don’t care about taking pictures at all, I’m sure you could probably find an even...More

As always, the big question is price — do the improvements on the ZTE Blade Z Max warrant an increase from $100 to $130? I tend to think so, although it depends on what you value in a phone. If you don’t care about taking pictures at all, I’m sure you could probably find an even cheaper phone that suits your needs. But, if you can’t spend much on a phone and still want to take pictures that you can be happy looking back on, The Blade Z Max is still a really good deal. I was skeptical, but the camera array does a pretty good job with depth-of-field effects, and pictures taken with decent lighting tend to turn out pretty well for the price.

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Android Guys

A potential game-changer in the budget smartphone scene

ZTE Blade Z Max

from Android Guys

At $130 and with modern features, you can afford to buy this phone - even if it's just to keep as a backup.

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At $130 and with modern features, you can afford to buy this phone - even if it's just to keep as a backup.

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soylista

Probably great for kids

ZTE Paragon

As other users wrote the internal memory is pretty much full with pre-loaded apps and even you have an SD card, you can't add other apps to the SD card, which really sucks!  But this phone is well-constructed and has a good camera.  I'm thinking to give this phone to my teen-age son because at least...More
As other users wrote the internal memory is pretty much full with pre-loaded apps and even you have an SD card, you can't add other apps to the SD card, which really sucks!  But this phone is well-constructed and has a good camera.  I'm thinking to give this phone to my teen-age son because at least he has a working phone which is a win for him and he can't download extra apps/games that parents don't want children to use or get addicted to which is a win for parents! Less
Really a smartphone from the collection and i found under the best price range it and its camera found i got best  pictures with it  rear camera is awesome in low budget category smartphone. thanks to Zte for such awesome Smartphone. Check out the best  cover link for zte 7 : http://ebay.eu/2rTM9RI
Andis

ZE Zephyr DOES use a SD Card

ZTE Zephyr

I know this is an old thread, but since it popped up first or second on a Google Search, I thought I'd better respond. I was installing a 32 GB SD Card in a friends new Zephyr and had the same initial react as most reviewers. WTF, the system uses most of my internal memory and you cannot mount an SD Ca...More
I know this is an old thread, but since it popped up first or second on a Google Search, I thought I'd better respond. I was installing a 32 GB SD Card in a friends new Zephyr and had the same initial react as most reviewers. WTF, the system uses most of my internal memory and you cannot mount an SD Card. Turns out KitKat 4.4 uses "shared memory" for internal and external memory. There is no way to mount the SD Card as far as I could figure out. The solution, ugly, is to insert your sd card , and do a hard "Factory Reset".  After that completes, her total memory went from 1 Gig internal to 33 Gig. The systems apps in internal dropped from like 890 Mb to about 300 some Mb. Took a photo with the camera, the photos went to the SD Card. This was a while ago, so I can't remember how I checked the memory. But when I installed a few apps, if they are able to be transferred to a SD Card, you could see that most of the memory usage went to the sd card, and only a little to the system memory.  BUT BE CAREFUL  if you have data on the SD Card and do a factory reset like I described to recognize the card, you may also loose all your data. I gave it 8 stars, because for the price, like $39 bucks for a Net10 Zephyr (actualy $79 but includes 1 $40 monthly activation card), it's a great deal and seems pretty capable... Less
Tysheunta

this phone needs to come back to life

ZTE Grand X Max

zte peopl my phone flashed out on me last week in I had to look up how to turn it back now it doing the same thing in I put it on charge in the red light its just blinking I hope I didn't waste my well in good earn money on this phone
This phone may advertise itself with 4GB but but you enx up with way less than 1 GB to use for apps. Also even small apps are not installable unless you have over 250 MB freed up. Kind of restrictive when you want to grow. Apps are not able go install or move to SD card. Good cheap phone to start out on though.
This phone may advertise itself with 4GB but but you enx up with way less than 1 GB to use for apps. Also even small apps are not installable unless you have over 250 MB freed up. Kind of restrictive when you want to grow. Apps are not able go install or move to SD card. Good cheap phone to start out on though. Less
Jud

i don't love it

ZTE Zephyr

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.
Angie67

Loved it at first

ZTE Lever

was wonderful up until the 30 day deadline to return. It said invalid Sim card. Straighalk insisted on sending me a new one but before they could get it to me I watched a you tube video on how to fix it myself and it worked. Only other issue I have had is it calls different contacts in my list randomly...More
was wonderful up until the 30 day deadline to return. It said invalid Sim card. Straighalk insisted on sending me a new one but before they could get it to me I watched a you tube video on how to fix it myself and it worked. Only other issue I have had is it calls different contacts in my list randomly. Sometimes I will not even be in the same room so I know I'm not doing it. Less
JOHN W. MILLER

THE VOLUME IS HORRRRRRRRIBLE

ZTE ZMAX 2

The volume on the ZMAX 2 is awwwful. When I record a video, I can't hear a damn thing! Is there anyway to raise the volume. The volume output hole is tiny. John W. Miller

john w. miller
john w. miller

Volume is horrible; can't hear a thing when playing back a video. I know the phone is inexpensive, but this is ridiculous.

The one I got is super sensitive. When you try to scroll down or up its always clicking on everything
Welchmotorsports@yahoo.com

Fast huge screen good sound

ZTE Lever

Love this phone

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