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Hands-On: ZTE's LTE Phones

PF200 N91 Comments  

ZTE also had a phone on display called the N91 / N910. We're not sure which it is, and neither was ZTE. Whatever the official names it, this is one chubby phone.

The 4.3-inch display mandates a specific footprint in terms of length and width, but the depth is out of control on this handset. It's very, very fat -- yet it's light as air. It feels like there's absolutely nothing inside the plastic shell. This one powered on, so there was a battery in there for sure.

I thought the materials on this device were a little bit better than the PF200. They still weren't top-of-the-line, but they were pretty good. Despite the girth of this phone, it was comfortable to hold thanks to its feather-like weight.



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The buttons and controls were much better on this phone and all operated well. I didn't have any trouble with the buttons and was pleased with how they worked.

The display has a standard Android resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and looked pretty good. It was bright, colorful, and relatively sharp.

This phone runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Even though it had only a 1.2GHz dual-core processor on board, it runs extremely smooth. There were no performance problems and screens transitioned quickly and without issue.


ZTE N91 Interface

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This phone supports CDMA networks as well as LTE. It also includes 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage, 5-megapixel main camera, VGA front camera, and DLNA wireless media streaming.

It's not bad, as long as you don't mind the thickness.

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