ZTE Blade Max 3 Review of Pros And Cons

Picture of the ZTE Blade Max 3, by ZTE

- Analysis by Christelle Nina


Upon close inspection of the ZTE Blade Max 3's specs, one's tendency is to attribute its "Max" moniker to both the brawny 4000mAh battery sitting inside it and the 6-inch display. In spite of the large screen, the power pack is still supposed to be able to give prospective buyers a reassuring 31-day stand-by time and 40-hour talk time .

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To nobody's surprise, the aforementioned specs come at the cost of having a bulky exterior. The Blade Max 3 weighs 6.34oz and is 0.35in-thick , both values being noticeably-bigger compared to its colleagues.

Another significant feature is the dual 13-megapixel camera at the back. This is accompanied by a dual-LED flash , as well. The 5-megapixel front-facing camera , unfortunately, obviously doesn't keep up.

As for memory and performance pros and cons, the Blade Max 3 fares well with an octa-core processor that runs at 2GHz . The 2GB's worth of RAM that it offers is a comfortable value, but not exciting by any means. It slacks a bit in the terms of ROM, however, as we expect more than 16GB from such a big device with a promising rear shooter .

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Without a doubt, the Blade Max 3's big battery and display are its most defining and attractive features. This makes it a great choice for big-players in these specific aspects -- provided that they can deal with its other pros and cons.

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** This phone is also known as: ZTE Z986U, ZTE Blade 3 Max


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