Summary: The Fury may not blow you away with an awesome display and super-fast data speeds, but for twenty bucks on contract, it's the best deal on Sprint. I wish it had a larger screen but that's personal preference. If you need a budget-friendly phone that won't make you want to pull your hair out, the ZTE Fury is a great option. It's not perfect, but it does its job and it does it well.
Summary: With that ambitious pricing, and the excellent hardware and software implementation, I think the ZTE Fury is a great buy for mid-range shoppers. This thing's fast, portable, good-looking, and...
Summary: For less than the price of a night at the movies, Sprint's $20 ZTE Fury is certainly affordable, and will last you through a double feature, too. But without 4G and a lackluster camcorder, it doesn't exactly live up to its fierce name. Overall, we prefer the Nexus S 4G on Sprint (free for a limited time) or the LTE-capable Pantech Burst for AT&T ($50).
Pros: Compact size, Bargain basement price, Good photo quality, Long battery life
Cons: Lacks 4G capability, Poor camcorder, Subpar speaker for music
Conclusion: At $19.99 on contract ZTE is obviously going at the budget market with the Fury . Still, the phone manages to impress with its excellent build quality and snappy performance, proving again that you don’t need to spend the big dollars to get a very usable phone. While the call quality suffers a bit, ZTE has made a positive first impression with Sprint and we look forward to higher-end devices down the road.
Pros: Good build quality, Snappy performance, Budget pricing
Cons: Callers complained of poor quality, Display washes out in direct light
Summary: ZTE Fury è uno smartphone con sistema operativo Android 2.3 Gingerbread, display touchscreen da 3,5 pollici, fotocamera da 5 megapixel, processore Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 da 1 GHz, 4 GB di memoria interna e funzionalità mobile hotspot