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ZTE WARP Specs and info.General


  1. GamingForever

    GamingForever Well-Known Member

  2. HeroLau

    HeroLau Well-Known Member

  3. blue2107

    blue2107 Well-Known Member

    I do not have this phone but from the video reviews I've seen.
    the capacitive buttons staying lit depends on the room lighting due to the proximity sensor. That's the sensor that turns the screen off when you put the phone up to your ear.

    So... if your in a well lit room or in daylight they won't light up

    But if your in a dark room or outside at night time they will.

    Just my perceptive analysis of video reviews.

    Maybe chodroid can confirm.
  4. Shabbypenguin

    Shabbypenguin Well-Known Member Developer

    ::a wild penguin appears::
    penguin used root!
    its super effective!

    PS its not gorilla glass, they would have advertised it as a feature its tft lcd, where as the prevail has a capacative tocuh screen making it feel cheapyly done ;)

    ive owned a nexus s 4g, and an epic and a g2 and a photon 4g and a heroc and a prevail.. half of them havent had it, you start to be able to tell the difference in them all.

    for anyone not believeing me in why i dont think it has it, http://www.corninggorillaglass.com/#products-with-gorilla doesnt have a single zte phone on there :) let alone the warp ;)
  5. HeroLau

    HeroLau Well-Known Member

    :cool:
  6. HeroLau

    HeroLau Well-Known Member

    YOU are very serious and circumspective! and it's enjoyable after use mine to confirm your perceptiveness!! Let's guess maybe you are a policeman;)
  7. ChoDroid

    ChoDroid Well-Known Member

    I can not. mine is packed up ready to ship back today.
  8. KrisM3

    KrisM3 Member

    If you look a few posts up I already confirmed this.

    [​IMG]
  9. ronk734

    ronk734 Active Member

    Thanks Krism3
  10. Shabbypenguin

    Shabbypenguin Well-Known Member Developer

    so wtf people? can it be rooted? or do i need to step in? :p

    also keep an eye out for hroark.. methinks he may be considering this as his next dev device :p
  11. blue2107

    blue2107 Well-Known Member

    Good. then the great debate is over.

    How your call quality? Have you been dropping alot of calls like chodroid was?
  12. PoorBoy52760

    PoorBoy52760 Well-Known Member

    Specs Taken from gsmarena.com no mention of gorilla-glass anywhere in them i would say it probably dont have it

    For Boost Mobile
    This is not a GSM device, it will not work on any GSM network worldwide.

    General
    2G Network CDMA 800 / 1900
    3G Network CDMA2000 1xEV-DO

    Announced 2011, September Status Available. Released 2011, October Size
    Dimensions 130 x 69 x 11 mm
    Weight 140 g

    Display

    Type TFT capacitive touchscreen
    Size 480 x 800 pixels, 4.3 inches (~217 ppi pixel density) -
    - Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
    - Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
    - Touch-sensitive controls

    Sound
    Alert types Vibration; MP3 ringtones
    Loudspeaker Yes
    3.5mm jack Yes

    Memory
    Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
    Call records Practically unlimited
    Internal 4 GB storage, 512 MB RAM
    Card slot microSD, up to 32GB,

    Data
    GPRS No
    EDGE No
    3G Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps
    WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Wi-Fi hotspot
    Bluetooth Yes, v3.0 with A2DP, EDR
    Infrared port No
    USB Yes, microUSB v2.0

    Camera
    Primary 5 MP, 2560х1920 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
    Features Geo-tagging
    Video Yes
    Secondary No Features

    Operating System
    OS Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread)

    Processor
    CPU 1 GHz processor, Qualcomm MSM8655 Snapdragon chipset

    Other
    Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
    Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
    Radio No
    Games Yes + downloadable
    Colors Black
    GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
    Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator - SNS integration

    Software
    - MP4/H.264/H.263 player
    - MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
    - Google Search, Maps, Gmail
    - YouTube, Google Talk, Picasa integration
    - Organizer
    - Voice memo
    - Predictive text input

    Battery
    Standard battery, Li-Ion 1600 mAh
    Stand-by Up to 225 h
    Talk time Up to 5 h

    I Hope this helps you all out some..
  13. Riotpump

    Riotpump Well-Known Member

  14. KrisM3

    KrisM3 Member


    So far no dropped calls. Used BT headset last night for a 1hr+ call and a few small ones today no issues.

    I'm pleased to report today I have so far been using:
    4 hours of pandora
    30+ texts
    3 phone calls <10min each
    Battery is at 88%! On prevail by now I'd be at 65-68%. Battery life seems to be pretty good so far.
  15. HeroLau

    HeroLau Well-Known Member

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  16. KrisM3

    KrisM3 Member

    You wern't kidding under tech specs:

    Glass: Corning
  17. ashesawit

    ashesawit Active Member

    Has anyone tried rooting the phone?
  18. lovindago

    lovindago New Member

    I activated my Warp on Friday 11/11 and so far have loved it! Very fast, very user friendly. No dropped calls, however I was not receiving all my text messages (people told me they sent me a text). I powered down and back up and 17 messages came through. Since Sunday, no issues getting texts.

    I also paid $249.00 for the phone but called Boost and they issued me the $55.00 credit.

    So far, so good and a great phone for a great price. I will agree with someone else though that the camera picture taking lags a bit - however it is a nice, crisp picture once it does take. Love the large screen.

    Also note, there is no SIM card slot only an SD slot. And yes, the buttons on the bottom light up. My only complaint would be the LED indicater light is very small. Sometimes I do not even notice it is blinking. (say phone is on silent and I get a text)

    There are no covers, cases, etc available yet either - I was able to get a screen protecter for the HTC EVO and it fits pretty nicely and works for now. I asked Boost when their would be items available and the guy had no clue.
  19. irateiguana

    irateiguana Member

    [​IMG]
  20. marke123

    marke123 Well-Known Member

    I tried Gingerbreak but after half an hour it still hadn't worked. Not saying it won't work since I don't really know. Just saying I got tired of waiting after 30 minutes.

    My Warp is running Android 2.3.5, and I know that version has been rooted on other ZTE phones. So I think it's possible, but so far no one has released any tool to do it.
  21. marke123

    marke123 Well-Known Member

    It's all spelled out right here, clearly says that the Warp has Gorilla Glass:

    Boost Mobile (Sprint) Warp - ZTE USA
  22. marke123

    marke123 Well-Known Member

    So, I got my phone Tuesday and put it to a pretty good test while driving for 2 hours. I covered about 150 miles between Fort Collins and Breckenridge, which had me traveling through Denver and then up into the mountains about 80 miles.

    Signal was strong the entire way. When I got to the base of the mountains I fired up streaming video from a global news station. I left that on for the entire remainder of the drive up into the mountains (about an hour, covering about 80 miles as I said). The highway is cut into the mountains so most of the drive is in what you'd probably call "canyon" between mountains.

    The signal only faded twice for a few seconds (naturally, I'm driving in deep canyons), and I streamed the news videos the entire time. Performance was very good -- waaaaaaaaaaaay better than Cricket ever was in that same area.

    Oh, and the video looked awesome on the Warp screen. No jittering, no pixelation, good clear video.
  23. prmax

    prmax Well-Known Member


    What style clock is that? I like it.
  24. marke123

    marke123 Well-Known Member

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  25. KrisM3

    KrisM3 Member

    Fancy widgets
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