The ZTE Fury is one of Sprint's newest Android smartphones and it carries a great price tag of only twenty bucks on contract. Along with its great price, the Fury also has some nice features, including a 1 GHz processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and Mobile Hotspot support. There a few downsides to a phone this inexpensive. You don't get 4G support, the display is rather small, and the camera doesn't capture HD video. In a world where 4-inch displays are the norm and even low-end phones generally have HD video capture, are those downsides enough to make you look away from the Fury? Watch the full review to find out if the Fury is a phone you should look into or pass on.