Hands-on with the ZTE Warp for Boost Mobile

A quick hands-on tour of the ZTE Warp for Boost Mobile.

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Author: Rafael

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19 thoughts on “Hands-on with the ZTE Warp for Boost Mobile

  1. I chose to get this phone because quite honestly, paying $30 per month for unlimited service with Public Mobile is music to my ears. The display is beautiful and I was comparing it to my friend's Galaxy Nexus. Sure, his phone has 1280×720 but at 4.3", it looks more or less the same. I'm going to root it and install the "Warp Cream Sandwich" build which makes Gingerbread act exactly like ICS. The phone is smooth, responsive and people all think it's a Nexus or S2, not that I care…lol

  2. There is a THIRD price drop of $5 after another 6 months of on-time payments (months 12-18) to final monthly of $40 from then on; also, from the extensive research I've done, the touch-scream is RESISTIVE not capacitive; Last note, fyi (unrelated to this review) I've seen the warp's video-camera led flash demonstrated on YouTube. Sales reps & web sites have been misinformed when that the flash only works in PHOTO camera mode

  3. @FlammableFlamingo so 200 for a prepaid phone that is pretty much the best prepaid phone from any company currently isn't good enough for you? so maybe not everyone can have an iphone or anything like that. so for the people coming up from a straight talk phone like me, i couldn't be happier with it. Have a nice day. Go fuck yourself

  4. My friend just got this phone, it's good for prepaid services but i wouldnt spend more that 100$ on it it feels like shit in your hand and its really crappily made

  5. Why do reviewers always have issues with their focus? Why always keep it on auto? Stop being lazy and do it manually.. you can keep the phone on the same distance all the time when you review a unit.. it's not that hard. Or get a better camera with a wider focus range.

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