ZTE Majesty Review of The Pros And Cons
Truth be told, we find the ZTE Majesty fit, not for royalty, but for the common townsfolk. Although it runs on a 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8625 processor, which is fast enough for a mid-range smartphone, it only has a mere 768MB RAM, a figure any serious monarch would not settle for Another concern of ours is its weight. Tipping the scales at 5.29 ounces, the ZTE Majesty will definitely let you feel its presence inside your pocket. And the extra weight does not come with 4G. The front-facing camera (5-megapixel) is acceptable but its VGA rear-facing camera looks like a joke from the jester -- We would like to advise Her Majesty that VGA cameras are a thing of the past.
It's all well and good that the ZTE Majesty can record fancy 2592 x 1944 clips, but we're surprised we didn't find any sign of the Majesty sporting an HDMI port (which comes in handy to watch HD videos on your shiny HDTV without having to move them first to your computer).
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5.29 ounces is too much weight by today's standards. The ZTE Majesty will be uncomfortable to use.
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A large touch screen is nice, but we are not extremely impressed that it is just a capacitive model. Of course, capacitive screens are okay, but according to Wikipedia and many other expert sources, resistive touch screens are much better.
It offers a 4G wireless data technology.
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It includes these accessories: Activation Card, 4GB microSD™ Memory Card. This might prove convenient.
It's nice that it includes a 4GB microSD memory card.
The talk time claimed by the manufacturer (480 minutes) is higher than the average talk time. Though battery-life ratings are not necessarily measured the same way by each manufacturer, this is an interesting indication that the ZTE Majesty may last more than other phones.
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