At only $20 on contract, the ZTE Fury seems like a bargain. But is it furiously underpriced (see what I did there?) or is it just not a good phone? That's what you want to know and that's what we're here for. In this unboxing video, Sydney gives her first impressions of the Fury as well as a quick tour and overview of the phone itself. Is it worth looking into or should you spend just a little more money to get a phone that will perform much better? You'll get an idea of the answer to that question starting with this video.
The Fury is a decent low-end phone. It has a small, 3.5-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 320, a 1 GHz Qualcomm processor backed up by 512 MB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera with a flash. It ships with a stock version of Android 2.3 and Sprint ID. For all intents and purposes, it seems like a good phone. However, performance is key. Check back in for the full review to see if this is a deal you should jump on or pass up.