ZTE Warp 4G Pros And Cons Review
The 4G version of the ZTE Warp is not a quantum leap improvement from its predecessor. The battery life (from a 1500 mAh to a 2070 mAh), its internal memory (from 4GB to 8GB) the processor (1GHz to 1.2GHz), and its main camera (5-megapixel increased to 8-megapixel) did receive its much needed upgrade. However, ZTE decided to remain within the 4.5-inch screen size despite recent upgrades from its competitors. Also, ZTE decided not to equip both rear and front-facing cameras to record videos in full HD (1080p) instead of just 720p.
Cons (or Not-so-great Features):
It is all very well that the ZTE Warp 4G can record high-resolution 1280 x 720 videos, but we were disappointed not to find any evidence of the Warp 4G featuring an HDMI port (which is convenient to watch HD videos on your shiny HDTV.)
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4.7 ounces is kind of chubby.
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It may not be the biggest phone, but 4.7 ounces is somewhat bulky.
We were unable to find out whether it sports a resistive or capacitive touch screen.
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Not only is the display big, it's an HD display!
The ZTE Warp 4G includes a 8-megapixel camera.
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It includes an advanced built-in camera (8-megapixel)
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If ZTE's claim is accurate, the Warp 4G and its (2070 mAh) battery will have enough power for 720 minutes of conversation, a lot of talk time!
It features a 4G cellular technology.
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It includes these accessories: Charger Header, USB Cable, Recycling Envelope. It might be convenient.
** This phone is also known as: Boost Warp 4G
*** These pros and cons are generated automatically based on our analysis formula and the specifications we have in our database for this phone. If you spot a mistake, please let us know.
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