Sprint’s Boost Mobile offering of the no-contract alternative has been appealing to a specific subset of users and it’s easy to see why considering there are no commitments or bills to consider. For obvious reasons, Boost has given users the perfect opportunity to pick up a brand new handset of your choosing within your price range with nothing to tie you down from month to month.
The most recent launch is the ZTE Max XL which just debuted with the “bigger is better” mentality that users are looking for in smartphones. The day of the smaller handset is now a thing of the past and has been replaced with much larger handsets in excess of 6-plus inches.
Boost Mobile ZTE Max XL Specs and Features
The Max ZL sports some pretty impressive specifications which gives it a flagship look, but won’t set you back too much. This is the first Boost handset to be featured on Sprint’s own HPUE (High Performance User Equipment) technology which gives users better coverage and noticeably faster network speeds which can be seen both indoors and outdoors.
Below are the official Boost ZTE Max XL specs and features:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 octa-core processor
- 3,990 mAh battery
- Android 7.1.1 Nougat pre-installed
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB native storage
- Micro SD card expandable memory to 128GB
- 13-MP rear camera
- 5-MP front camera
Boost Mobile ZTE Max XL Release Date and Price
The Boost ZTE Max XL is now available in the US and comes in at a fraction of the price than budget friendly handsets from the other US carriers. For only $129.99 you get a 6-inch offering with a full IPS resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, and no contract.