It looks like ZTE had a last-minute change of heart vis-à-vis Grand S II’s hardware specifications, upgrading the 5.5 incher from just another Snapdragon 800-powered high-end phone to 4 GB RAM-packing groundbreaker.
Taking a page out of Motorola’s playbook, ZTE is trying to move away from the ruthless but ultimately pointless smartphone spec wars, and seems to focus its marketing efforts for the brand new Grand S II phone on user experience and software add-ons.
Announcements ahead of announcements seems to be the latest trend in the tech business, as LG and ZTE have decided to jump the gun in the past 24 hours and tease their upcoming CES releases without going into details too much.
Exciting news out of China for mobile enthusiasts, as local superstar and international key player wannabe ZTE has taken the wraps off the Nubia Z5S and Z5S Mini handhelds.
ZTE made quite a few waves in the Western media when it finally rolled out the Grand S and Nubia 5 stateside, but now the Chinese are looking to move up to the next level with a Snapdragon 800-powered Nubia Z5S.
Lenovo is not the only China-based smartphone OEM that’s suddenly interested in branching out and becoming a household name in the industry the other side of the Pacific, as ZTE, already the fourth biggest handheld manufacturer in the world, has just announced a big American push.
As you well know by now, Nvidia’s newest mobile chip, the Tegra 4, is shaping up to be an illustrious dud, despite its makers trying to turn the tables by manufacturing devices powered by the CPU from scratch.
ZTE will be launching its first Firefox OS Phone, the ZTE Open, in the U.S. and U.K on its official eBay store this week, giving interested buyers a chance to try out the new OS on low-end specs that cost only $80/£60.
Despite ranking fourth in global mobile phone sales for 2012, China-based ZTE has always suffered due to its inability of making headway in key markets. Namely, the company was completely absent from India and was still viewed as a second-tier OEM in many European countries, as well as the US.
How would you describe Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Mini in one word? Off the top of my head, I can come up with “average”, “mediocre” or “good but not great”. How about HTC’s upcoming One Mini? Likely a tad snazzier design-wise and sporting a crisper screen, but still a little underwhelming.
The day has come when Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chipset finally sees itself in a phone which is actually being launched into the market, and will be available to consumers for purchase. The ZTE Geek U988S is the world’s first Tegra 4 Smartphone, and is coming soon to China Mobile.
The second half of 2013 is already shaping up to be extremely exciting for the Chinese budget-conscious/mobile speed-addicted folk, given what Xiaomi and ZTE are rumored to bring to the market for prices of $350 or less, but you ain’t seen nothing yet.
PhoneArena has for us a leaked image of the upcoming ZTE U988S, to be the world’s first Nvidia Tegra 4 powered Smartphone.
The “Mini” craze has taken over the mobile world, with anyone that’s someone looking to shrink its flagship device to make it accessible to the masses. Samsung has released the Galaxy S4 Mini, HTC is readying the One Mini and ZTE seems to have a Nubia Z5 Mini in the pipeline.
ZTE is all set to launch the first Firefox OS phone for consumers, and it’s going to be cheap. How cheap? Read on to find out.
What’s more important for you, owning bleeding-edge technology no matter the cost or getting the best money can buy? If your answer is the latter, you might be interested in the ZTE Imperial, US Cellular’s new exclusive phone.
Leaked images show the mini version of ZTE’s flagship Nubia Z5 in action, hints at a MIUI inspired interface.
As rumors of Snapdragon 800-based devices grow in intensity and number by the day, reports concerning possible gadgets with Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chipset inside seem to be oddly quieting down. Still, the first phone running on Tegra 4 might have been spotted mere hours ago.
Sprint has been readying their own Android flagship smartphone made by ZTE called the Vital. Details and pictures of the device have surfaced.
ZTE has announced the launch of it’s newest product, the MF90 4G mobile hotspot device. The company’s new uFi (unified WiFi) mobile hotspot device enables high-speed data access to customers on-the-go via 4G LTE wireless networks. A single MG90 can support up to 10 users simultaneously, with a maximum data transmission rate of 100 Mbps