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ZTE Warp Review

ZTE Warp

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ZTE Warp Review
Coughing up an average calling quality experience, we’re able to carry on conversations without much distractions – though, callers tend to sound muffled through the earpiece. Aside from that one item, we’re mostly content with the entire experience.

Neither the strongest or weakest, signal strength remained steady at -91 dBm throughout our usage in high coverage areas.

Surprisingly, the ZTE Warp offers better than average battery life, as we’re able to handsomely get a solid one day of normal usage with a full charge. Specifically, we find it at 30 percent capacity right before calling it in for the day.


As of right now, the ZTE Warp is sporting a no-contract price of $199.99, which is tolerable when you look at the other selections available with Boost Mobile right now. No arguing about it whatsoever, it has enough of enticing features to stand out amongst its rivals on Boost, but as a whole, this “high-end” prepaid smartphone is more like a low to mid-range postpaid device. Regardless of that, the ZTE Warp simply employs enough quality elements to make it an admirable offering worth the money.

Software version of the reviewed unit:
Android Version: 2.3.5
Build Number: N860V1.0.0B06
Kernel Version:

ZTE Warp Review:


  • Decent build quality
  • Responsive performance
  • Good battery life


  • Display washes out too easily
  • Poor video recording quality
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ZTE Warp

ZTE Warp

OS: Android 2.3.5
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Display4.3 inches, 480 x 800 pixels (217 ppi) TFT
Camera5 megapixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon S2, Single core, 1000 MHz
0.5 GB RAM
Size5.10 x 2.70 x 0.45 inches
(130 x 69 x 11 mm)
4.93 oz  (140 g)
Battery1600 mAh, 7.5 hours talk time

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