Trying to get their foot into the heavily coveted high-end smartphone spectrum, Chinese manufacturer ZTE has been focusing its efforts in this lucrative part of the market, but at heart, they’re still known to pump out inexpensive low-end devices. Rightfully so, that’s we’re seeing with the $50 no-contract ZTE Score M for MetroPCS, which is gearing to try and snatch some attention from comparable models with its low cost and deep set of features.
To say it bluntly and to the point, the ZTE Score M is the epitome of a cheap phone. There, we said it, and we’re adamant about that! From its cheap plastics to its hollow feel, it doesn’t necessarily instill us with much confidence about its durability. But then again, its bland design doesn’t help either in trying to garner some kind of attention from onlookers.