We take a look at some of the best cheap Android smartphones currently available in the market in the US, both with and without a contract.
Not all Android smartphones are created equal. And yet most of the very best models that have ever come out have one common ingredient: the stock Android operating system. Here, we list the best ones yet. Can you think of some more?
The Sprint Vital, a smartphone made for the carrier by ZTE, will reportedly include a 5-inch HD screen and dual-core processor. Find more details about the device here!
Samsung has maintained its position as the most popular smartphone brand in China, selling over 12 million handsets in the first quarter of this year. Meanwhile, Apple languishes in sixth place.
If you’re in the U.S. and you are wondering when the ZTE Grand S will arrive, we have some unfortunate news: it release date has been delayed until 2014.
Estimations from IDC and Strategy Analytics show that, while the top four Android smartphone makers posted massive sales increases over the last year, Apple’s growth was mediocre.
During the company’s 15th anniversary celebration of its terminals division, ZTE announced it has become the first Chinese mobile device manufacturer to produce 500 million handsets.
Rumors indicate that a new China-based ZTE handset called the ZTE N988 could be the first Android phone with NVIDIA Tegra 4. It’s exciting, but also a bit disappointing.
Looking for an extremely low-cost Android device? The newly announced ZTE Director has now arrived to U.S. Cellular for just a penny with contract, bringing with it a 1GHz single-core processor and Android ICS.
Intel had a timid debut in the Android décor, with its first mobile chips powering only a handful of entry-level phones from small manufacturers in 2012.