By Taylor Martin | February 10, 2014 7:01 AM
To date, essentially all manufacturers who have attempted to mimic Samsung’s success with the Galaxy Note line of oversized smartphones have done so by packing as many great specifications as possible inside the phone and slapping a premium price tag on it to boot.
But not everyone who wants a smartphone-tablet hybrid wants or needs an over the top smartphone. And they may not want to pay premium prices to get such a phone. Much smaller phones, like the Moto G, have impressively replicated the performance and experience provided by the much more expensive Moto X. So why can’t a so-called phablet do the same?
The question is: can ZTE’s Boost MAX take from the likes of the king of the oversized smartphones, the Galaxy Note 3? Watch this Boost MAX vs Galaxy Note 3 comparison to find out!