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ZTE Showcased Avid Plus and Grand X3 Smartphones at CES 2016

ZTE showcased two new smartphones – Avid Plus and Grand X3  at CES 2016 at a competitive price range.

ZTE Avid Plus- The Avid Plus is an encore to the ZTE Avid that was released with T-Mobile in

2013. The updated Avid Plus is an entry-level Android phone that will be available at T-

Mobile on January 20 and coming soon to MetroPCS. Priced at just $114.99 MSRP, features a

rich 5-inch LCD screen for viewing pictures, playing games, and watching videos. It has a

DragonTrail scratch resistant glass which protects the screen and a 5MP rear-camera and

2MP front-camera dynamic camera features like altering color effects or capturing the scenery.

Quality 720p video recording. Avid Plus has a 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core

a processor that runs many apps simultaneously with ease – whether multitasking, browsing

the Web or enjoying smooth video streaming. The Android Lollipop 5.1 operating system

adds more value with a built in battery saver, additional security features, and enhanced

WiFi and Bluetooth controls.

2. ZTE Grand X 3- The Grand X 3 delivers high-end hardware and software at a fraction of the

cost of similar smartphones, and will be available soon with Cricket Wireless. Priced at

$129.99 MSRP, Grand X 3 has a large screen with 5.5” HD display with an infinity edge that

maximizes viewing for watching movies, playing games and more. The phone is powered by

Qualcomm 1.3 GHz quad-core processor that allows you to run power-intensive apps,

multitask and watch the latest entertainment without slowing you down, all on Android

5.1.1 Lollipop for a smooth performance. It has a Dolby Audio which can help experience

premium sound when streaming music by quickly connecting to 4G LTE speeds, wherever

available. Grand X 3 has a 3080 mAh battery which gives fast charging capability and a 16 GB

of internal user memory, expandable to 64 GB which can capture quality HD images and

videos, and have the capability to store and access them all directly from your smartphone.

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