Optus has quietly added two new devices to its prepaid line up, which utilise Optus’ X branding with the Optus X Max and the Optus X Delight 2, both of which are white labeled ZTE devices which Optus has partnered with for a while now to bring its X brand to the market.

So what does each device bring, let´s have a look shall we.

Optus X Max

The Optus X Max brings some high end camera resolution to the budget end of the market along with some additional features as well.

The Optus X Max comes with a 6.745” 2.5D IPS HD+ display (720×1600 @ 90Hz refresh rate) and is powered by a Unisoc T606 Chipset Octa-Core (2*[email protected]+6*[email protected]), 4GB RAM along with 64GB onboard storage of which approximately 55GB available to the user which can be expanded to 2TB via MicroSD.

In terms of cameras, the Optus X Max comes with a triple rear camera set up made up of a 50MP main camera lens, 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor lens. The front facing camera is a 5MP lens.

The Optus X max comes with NFC, 5000mAh battery, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac at 2.4GHz/5GHz, WiFi Hotspot, Bluetooth Version 5.0 and GPS alongside a 3.5mm audio jack and fingerprint recognition. It also runs Android 12 right out of the box.

The Optus X Max is available through your local Yes store or through the Optus website for $179.

Optus X Delight 2

The Optus X Delight 2 is the more basic device out of the two, with the X Delight 2 still bringing some mid range specs to the low end of the market.

The Optus X Delight 2 comes with a 6.52-inch IPS HD+ display (720x1600P @269ppi) and is powered by a Unisoc SC9863A Octa-Core (1.6GHz x 4 + 1.2GHz x 4), 2GB RAM, 32GB of onboard storage which has about 24GB available to the user, though it can be expanded to 512GB via MicroSD card.

In terms of cameras, the Optus X Delight 2 comes with a Ai 13MP camera whilst the front facing camera is a 5MP camera.

The Optus X Delight comes with Android 12 Go edition right out of the box and also comes with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4GHz, Bluetooth version 4.2, 4,000mAh battery which can be charged via a 10W charger, NFC and a 3.5mm audio jack.

The Optus X Delight 2 can be purchased from your Local Yes store or online through the Optus website for $129.

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a ripped off customer with evidence to take legal

well you had better do a hard reset and do not go to restore go to recovery logs and in those logs it will have in their installed settings the evidence that optus and google are illegally mining cryptocurrency and stealing from those with prior accounts in cryptocurrency and i bought an optus x delight in packaging imei says optus x pro they have cut half the memory and storage to mine and store data and run virtual copies of our devices to keep mining even when we turn off our devices