Time for a new phone? Win our ZTE Grand X Max 2

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You don’t need to spend $600 on the latest flagship phone to get one that you’ll be proud to pocket. In fact, you may not need to spend anything at all. Digital Trends has teamed up with ZTE to give away its newest offering, the Grand X Max 2, running on the latest version of Android Marshmallow.

A 6-inch Full HD screen and octa-core processor makes taking photos with the 13-megapixel camera and streaming videos a snap. Plus, Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 means you can juice the phone up in no time at all when you run out of battery.

Enter below for a chance to win a ZTE Grand X Max 2 for yourself.

*One prize. Contest limited to participants in U.S. and Canada only.

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