|Product||ZTE Chorus (Cricket Wireless)||ZTE Source (Cricket Wireless)||ZTE Score (Cricket Wireless)||ZTE Warp (Boost Mobile)||BlackBerry Torch 9800 (charcoal, unlocked)|
|Price||$54.09||MSRP: $219.99||$66.46 to $68.99||$94.99||$10.36|
|CNET editors' rating||2.5 stars||3 stars||2 stars||2.5 stars||Info unavailable|
|Average user rating||2 stars||4 stars||2 stars||3 stars||0 stars|
|Release date||Info unavailable||October 20, 2013||September 25, 2011||Info unavailable||Info unavailable|
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If you have no interest in smartphones but want an audio player with unlimited song downloads, the budget-friendly Chorus delivers great song and call quality, but its display is extremely unresponsive.
The ZTE Source offers Cricket customers inexpensive LTE, but if you can spare a bit more money, pass it over for better devices.
Though the ZTE Score makes satisfying calls, the phone's main selling point, Muve Music, has a long way to go. The spotty network connection and internal lag time weren't worth the unlimited song downloads. A combination of a quality phone and another cloud music service is the better approach.
The $199 ZTE Warp may sound like a cutting-edge smartphone from the future, but it's really an entry-level Android handset with modest speeds, slow 3G data, and a basic camera. On Boost Mobile's no-contract service, however, it fits in well.
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