Review: ZTE Grand X 3 for Cricket Wireless
The ZTE Grand X 3 is a very good phone, especially considering its $130 price. I'd call it a bargain. The phone is attractive and well-made with appealing materials. The screen is good enough, and wireless performance was about average. Battery life is excellent.
ZTE's user interface skin provides plenty of ways to customize the behavior of the home screen and other facets of the phone. It doesn't feel heavy-handed, nor does it slow the phone down. It's great to see the USB Type-C connector, and I appreciate the Quick Charge function. The camera is acceptable for an entry-level handset.
Anyone seeking an inexpensive Android smartphone on Cricket's network should give the ZTE Grand X 3 a look. It offers a great experience for the money.
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