Inexpensive, Relatively fast performance, Good battery life, Very little bloatware.
Compact size; Bargain basement price; Good photo quality; Long battery life
Good build quality, Snappy performance, Budget pricing
The ZTE Fury comes with a decent camera and a snappy internal processor, and it isn't plagued with bloatware. Also, the quality design makes it seem more expensive than you'd expect from its bargain price tag.
Poor camera, Mediocre call quality.
Lacks 4G capability; Poor camcorder; Subpar speaker for music
Callers complained of poor quality, Display washes out in direct light
Despite taking passable pictures, the Fury records disappointing video, and call quality is mediocre. It's also equipped with the unpleasant customization feature Sprint ID.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The ZTE Fury won't fool anyone with its name. It's a calm smartphone with good performance. And has such a great...-
By booredatwork.com on April 09, 2012
The ZTE Fury is a great bargain for an Android . It has a comfortable, sleek design, with rubberized backing, chrome detailing, and is fairly thin at less than half an inch. The screen is a 3.5-inch LCD display at 320×480 resolution. It has a 1GH z...-
By phandroid.com on March 30, 2012
Given its pricing, it’s hard to find any real complaints with what ZTE and Sprint have given us in the Fury. It’s a phone that doesn’t feel cheap and still provides great value. The hardware within would have been highly desirable not...-
By Android Central on March 29, 2012
Could a device that is only $19.99 on a two-year contract hold any relevance in the Android world in 2012? It seems that lately you can either drop a couple of hundred dollars to get yourself a highly spec'd device or you can take the cheaper route...-
By PC Mag on March 29, 2012
The ZTE Fury is an inexpensive, reliable Android smartphone for Sprint users on a budget....70
By LaptopMag on March 29, 2012
Sprint's budget-friendly ZTE Fury Android phone provides a quality experience for a low price--if you're willing to live without...60
By Phone Arena on March 26, 2012
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...65
By Android Central on March 23, 2012
We have seen our fair share of low- to mid-range devices release over the past year, and it takes quite a bit for one of them to stick out now-a-days. While ZTE may not be a huge name in Android world right now, they are certainly not taking a back...-
By cnet on March 10, 2012
The ZTE Fury is a great entry-level 3G phone. It comes with all the bare-bones smartphone specs you expect and it performs well. And at just 20 bucks, you can't go...70