ZTE has announced a 94 percent rise in net profit in 2014 and that it is looking to become the third largest smartphone OEM in the US by 2017.
While likely to be overshadowed by today’s Galaxy S6-related announcements, ZTE has now taken the wraps off the Nubia Z9 Mini and Z9 Max at a special press event in Beijing.
MWC 2015 has wrapped up and our team is now getting ready to pack up and head home. Now that the dust has settled a bit, let’s take a look at Android Authority’s top picks!
ZTE has now unveiled its latest flagship handset to the world, the Grand S3. While most of its specs are more in-line with 2014 flagships, its eye scanning tech certainly stands out.
China has become a major force in the Android smartphone market. 4 of the top 10 OEMs are now from China. But, which are the best Chinese made smartphones?
The ZTE Blade S6 brings together solid mid-range specifications, with Android 5.0 Lollipop, and a few unique features, in one package going for $250.
We take a closer look at the latest budget-friendly smartphone offering from Chinese OEM ZTE, in this in-depth review of the ZTE Blade S6!
Hello Android fans, here’s what went down in the world of Android this week: Facebook launched its Lite app for entry-level Android devices, we’ve heard some troubling news about Sony, Qualcomm confirmed its overheating problems, ZTE and Meizu introduced new devices, alleged renders of the Galaxy S6 and One (M9) surfaced, we discussed Cyanogen’s plans to take Android from Google, and Microsoft launched its Outlook and Office apps for Android.
ZTE claims that this technology makes it “possible for carriers to provide a 5G-like user experience on existing 4G handsets in an accelerated timeframe.”
We take a look at some of the brands on the rise from CES 2015 and what they’re doing to get ahead in Android. Step inside for a close up of Alcatel, BLU, Lenovo, ZTE, and others.