- Analysis by Christelle Nina
The ZTE ZMAX Champ LTE's 8-megapixel main camera may not be an all-out champion, but it's a pretty decent shooter by its subcategory's standards. The same cannot be said true for the 2-megapixel sensor sitting on the front , however, and we imagine it to be adequate only for basic functions like video-calling.
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The resolution displayed up front is at an unassuming 1280 x 720 pixels. While many of its competitors boast of the same spec, the ZMAX Champ has to deal with having an above-average display size of 5.5 inches, which brings down its pixel density to around 267DPI .
Although it sports a passable set of performance specs, courtesy of a quad-core 1.3GHz Snapdragon 210 processor, we find both of its 1.5GB RAM and 8GB internal memory to be a bit low. What it lacks in memory space, it does make up for with a relatively-hefty 3080mAh battery . This supplies the phone with a reassuring 20-hour talk time -- although its 10-day stand-by time is surprisingly short in comparison.
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Finishing off this pros and cons list, the amount of bulk packed inside the ZMAX Champ is quite alarming juxtapose to its strictly-basic set of features. A depth of 9.40mm just seems unreasonable for such a low-end phone.
This device seems to be presented as an LTE phone with a dependable-looking battery and mostly-average (at best) features. The quality of its selfie cam and the thickness of its body are quite bothersome, and so we presume that only Android starters and the most low-key of users will find promise in this device after going through its pros and cons.
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** This phone is also known as: ZTE ZMAX GRAND LTE, ZTE Z917VL, ZTE Z916BL
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