Just two days ago, we saw some real-world images of the ZTE Nubia Z5 show up online. Frustratingly enough, they didn't show off a whole lot. Now we've got some images of the front of the device, but only a section of the screen.
The ZTE Nubia Z5 smartphone was unveiled at the end of October, however the announcement left quite a bit of unanswered questions. That said, while we still need those answers, it looks like a few in-the-wild style images of the Nubia Z5 have surfaced.
ZTE prepping a Windows Phone that could make the Galaxy Note 2 look small
The details remain light, however ZTE has recently begun teasing an oversized Windows Phone smartphone. And by oversized, this one could make the Galaxy Note seem on the smaller side. The ZTE Windows Phone is said to have a 5.9-inch display.
Leak: 4.5-inch Sprint Flash is set to arrive in stores on November 11 for $129.99
According to a new leak, Sprint will release the ZTE Flash, also known as the Sprint Flash, on November 11 for $129.99 with a two-year contract. The Flash boasts a 4.5-inch HD IPS display and is powered by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor.
Sprint Flash will cost $129.99, arriving this month
While ZTE's smartphone sales are expected to top off at around 25 million, 10 million less than predicted, it seems to take more than that to take the wind out of the company's sails. ZTE has announced that it expects to sell 50 million smartphones in 2013.
ZTE announces Nubia family of high-end devices, 5-inch quad-core Z5 the first to come out
Although we don’t have psychic abilities as far as we know of, we were ready to bet that ZTE was going to counter Huawei’s newly unveiled 5-inch Ascend D2 phablet with a super-phone of its own soon. It only took around 24 hours or so for that to happen, so we’re proud to have been proved right and to be able to present to you the ZTE Z5.
China-bound ZTE U950 phone unveiled, quad-core power has never been this cheap
Thought you’ll never see the words “quad-core phone” and “budget-friendly” used in the same sentence? Well, think again, because ZTE is getting ready to release a super-snappy and ultra-cheap Android smartphone… in China.
Samsung leads comfortably in global smartphone shipments, ZTE jumps to fourth
Samsung’s dominance over the global smartphone market has stopped being a surprise for a while now, but what may shock you is the pace at which the Android king is continuing to grow. According to a new report conducted by IDC, Sammy has doubled its shipments in just a year, capturing a whopping 31.3% of the worldwide market share in Q3 2012.
Huawei and ZTE under threat after U.S. government espionage claims
Last week a report from the U.S. House Intelligence Committee accused Chinese manufacturers Huawei and ZTE of being a threat to national security. Both companies were quick to deny the claims, but a number of complaints have emerged in the days following the report and suspicions of Chinese espionage will be investigated further.