ZTE N861

Also known as the ZTE Warp

ZTE N861 Front View

ZTE N861 User Reviews:

4 out of 5 Stars4 Stars out of 5, based on 8

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Networks:

Canada: Public Mobile
US: Boost Mobile

Released:

August 2012

Features:

  • Android 2.3
  • 5.0 MP camera
  • GPS, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
  • 4.3" touchscreen display

Downloads:

Latest Reviews

5 Stars out of 5

great phone

Reviewed on Saturday January 5, 2013 by marek, toronto
I have iphone 4s but thise one is super phone, got so many future that iphone is nothing compare to tise one
5 Stars out of 5

Great Phone for the price

Reviewed on Wednesday December 12, 2012 by John Richards, Toront
They offer great phones with fair prices. But the icing on the cake is all of their plans. Can't go wrong with Public.
4 Stars out of 5

Good and Bad

Reviewed on Monday November 12, 2012 by Nick, Illinois
This is my 1st Droid. Actually my daughter gave it to me. The good is it's simply an amazing OS and does everything you'd expect a war horse to do. I love it and it won't be my last droid. The only problem with it is the OS freezes when I'm demanding to much from it. Still testing it out though, all in all it's a keeper.
5 Stars out of 5

This phone just rocks!

Reviewed on Friday October 5, 2012 by Avro A., Canada
Public Mobile has REALLY impressed me with their phones and service up until now. I was introduced to Android with the ZTE N762 for $80 which is an incredible deal on its own. With the purchase of the Warp, I am now completely blown away! There is nothing that this phone cannot do (at least nothing that I've seen thus far) and that big screen looks great! So it's not a 720p screen, at 4.3" who the hell could tell the difference anyway? The N762 worked great for me in 90% of situations (ARMv6 doesn't support flash but flash is being phased out anyway) but I wanted a bigger screen and flash capability with some more internal space. Well, this phone delivers IN SPADES! My friend who I call the Mobility Snob (after he tried to tell me not to get the N762) has a Samsung Galaxy Nexus and when we had our phones side by side, even he had to admit that having only paid $150, this phone is an absolute STEAL! Sure, I had to pay it all up front but I don't care because at $30 per month, it's not that hard to afford. Public Mobile is on to something great here and unlike other companies, they REALLY DO believe in providing smartphones for people who could not previously afford them. I must tip my hat to them because I really believe that anyone in the greater Toronto or Montreal area who doesn't travel much would have to be nuts to be a customer of ANY of the other carriers. Peace!


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