BoostMobile ZTE Warp Review



The ZTE Warp on BoostMobile sports a  4.3-inch WVGA (480 x 800) display as the largest of its current offerings, along with its 5-megapixel, LED flash-equipped camera. The phone is Android Market-compatible and comes with 4GB of internal storage and a 2GB microSD card, which can be maxed out to 32GB. The ZTE Warp hardware is a  huge upgrade for prepaid devices, powered by a 1Ghz processor  A soft rubberized back cover with gripes, allow for better handling of the device., it also has a dedicated camera button. and the microSD card bay is housed underneath the battery cover.

So how does the ZTE Warp feel? Smooth is the precise word hear; operations feel smooth and crisp, little to no system lag. The ZTE warp also comes with BoostMobile ID pack, which is similar to the Sprint ID pack system, allow you to customize your device with ease or just one click.  The 5megapixel camera on the ZTE Warp is adequate for taking still, it does not record in HD and has very poor video quality over all. Battery life on the device is fantastic  give user about 14-16hrs of use.  Which is far better than Android industry standards. Overall I liked the ZTE Warp for BoostMobile a lot, its is a simple yet efficient smartphone on a budget. Only down side is a camera; but its still worth the purchase for a prepaid customer






Frequency: CDMA1x DoRA BC0/BC1

Camera: 5.0 megapixel camera with LED flash and digital zoom

Dimensions: 4.96″ (H) x 2.67″ (W) x 0.45″ (D)

Operating system: Ships with Android 2.3

Processor: 1GHZ QualcommMSM8655

Weight: 5.3 oz. (with battery)

Display: 4.3” 800*480 WVGA TFT

Glass: Corning® Gorilla®

Battery: 1600mA

Standby time: Up to 9 days and 9 hours

Usage time: About 5 hours

Memory storage: 4GB eMMC + 512MBRAM

Removable memory card: Support microSD card, max. capacity 32GB

Music player: MP3/AAC/AAC+/MPEG4/H.263/H.264

Speaker phone: 3.5mm Headphone Jack

Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1

Web: WWW & WAP2.0