What Are Some Types of ZTE Cell Phones?

As of 2015, ZTE offers prepaid cellphones and smartphones through various mobile phone service providers. Consumers can purchase ZTE smartphones such as the ZTE Boost Max Plus, the ZTE Grand Memo II and the ZTE Obsidian.

ZTE phones use the Android operating system. Both the ZTE Grand Memo II and ZTE Obsidian feature Bluetooth technology and GPS navigation. However, the ZTE Grand Memo II offers essential features including an LED flash with a 13-megapixel camera and automatic focus, while the ZTE Obsidian offers a 5-megapixel camera. Shoppers can find other features on the ZTE Obsidian with its 1080-pixel video capture and text telephone compatibility. For cellphone users looking for a smartphone with expandable memory, the ZTE Boost Max Plus allows up to 16 gigabytes of additional space. This smartphone also features a mobile hotspot.

ZTE also makes the ZTE Sonata, ZTE Prelude and ZTE Overture smartphones. With cellular providers such as Cricket Wireless, Page Plus Cellular and H2O Wireless, shoppers looking to purchase a ZTE cellphone have multiple options.

ZTE also manufactures a prepaid cellphone with high-end specifications called the Grand Max X Plus. The Grand Max X Plus features a front-facing camera and a high-definition display. The ZTE Valet is another prepaid cellphone that the company manufacturers that offers simplistic technical specifications, including a 3.5-inch screen and a 3-megapixel camera.