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ZTE Blade Max View

We have collected and analysed 4 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 60/100. The average review date is 15-12-2018. We have compared these reviews to 2621280 reviews from other Mobile Phones. The alaScore™ for this product is 89/100 = Very good. Last update: 19-11-2019.

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Expert review by : Lynn La (

ZTE Blade Max View features 6-inch display and a big battery for $200


In addition to launching the Blade Max View, the Chinese phone maker announced the Blade Max 2S.

Oct, 2018

Expert review by : Adam Ismail (

ZTE Blade Max View Review: A Pretty Good Cheap Phone


There's a fair bit to like about the ZTE Blade Max View. It has a decent display, lasts pretty long on a charge and provides you with some respectable cameras for what little you're paying.

Pleasing, bright display ; Decent cameras ; Low price ; Support for most major carriers ; Long-lasting battery

Still running Android Nougat ; Underwhelming design ; Slow to charge ; Middling performance

ZTE returns with a compelling inexpensive handset in the ZTE Blade Max View. But the company has some catching up to do to reclaim its budget dominance.

Mar, 2019

Expert review by : Eric M. Zeman (

Review: ZTE Blade Max View


ZTE is looking to the Blade Max View, an inexpensive Android phone with a huge screen and a massive battery, to help it regain its place in the U.S. market. The phone follows ZTE's mantra of offering affordable devices with good performance, but the...

The Blade Max View from ZTE is the company's first phone for the U.S. since it got in trouble with government for doing business with Iran. Had that incident not taken place, we likely would have seen this phone on Verizon shelves. Instead, ZTE is sort...

Dec, 2018
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