ZTE has already made an announcement that they would be making one of their new offerings, the Warp 7, available via the carrier Boost Mobile starting from the 5th of this month (September) and this smartphone which has been built with the Corning Gorilla Glass technology, has 5.5 inch of display and also has a screen resolution of 720 x 1280 would be sold for a cent less than $100.
Priced at $99.99 officially, the Warp 7 also goes on to add the use of a QUALCOMM snapdragon chipset that has just four cores to its CV and to round off the whole equation, it couples its 2GB of RAM with an internal storage space of 16GB.
If you want even more memory space to this one that has already been provided, not that there is a 64GB slot on board too.
Your camera needs were not neglected and they certainly had selfie takers in mind with their 5MP snapper which doubles as a video recorded and video call maker while the back is a sure 13MP unit.
That’s not the only thing on the back because beneath that casing is a removable 3080mAh battery which uses one of the QuickCharge technology from QUALCOMM. To round up, it runs the Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box.