The ZTE Iconic Phablet has now arrived to the United States via Boost Mobile, rocking a new name. The handset has been rebranded as the Boost Max.
The ZTE Optik 2 budget tablet has now arrived to Sprint’s network priced at $29.99 with a two-year agreement. Keep reading to learn more!
ZTE is reportedly ready to show off a phone running the Samsung- and Intel-backed Tizen OS at Mobile World Congress next month. Read on for more!
At CES 2014, ZTE is showcasing its own alternative to the Project Ara modular phone concept from Motorola. ZTE’s competing project is called Eco-Mobius.
ZTE has now taken the wraps off its unique ZTE Projector Hotspot, which marries a hotspot device with a 1080p Android-powered projector.
ZTE is to launch 5 new phones and a smartwatch at CES. Among the phones is the Grand S II, the successor to the Grand S which ZTE launched at CES last year. There is also an odd device which ZTE a calling a Projector Hotspot – a mini projector and Wi-Fi hotspot all-in-one.
The ZTE Nubia 5 and ZTE Grand S have been available globally for a while now, but are now making their way to the United States in unlocked form. Keep reading for more details!
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It is rumored that ZTE will announce a new processor with 4G LTE support at next month’s PT/Expo Comm China 2013. The move is seen to be part of the company’s strategy as it competes with Huawei and LG to become the third largest handset manufacturer.
The ZTE Geek U988S, a China Mobile exclusive, will be sold with a few major spec changes over the model it is based on — the ZTE Geek. The first of which is its use of the NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 SoC.