Yesterday ZTE revealed its plans for the future, which revolve around ditching its white-label sales model and focusing on large-screen handsets with solid specs and low pricing.
Join us as we take a first look at the ZTE Zmax, a attractive looking mid-ranger with a great price tag and equally impressive specs for the money.
At an event in NYC, ZTE unveiled the ZMax, a 5.7-inch handset with reasonably decent specs that fall in line with and/or exceed Motorola’s own popular budget handset, the Moto G.
The Blade Vec 4G is one of the newest members of ZTE’s Blade family. It sports a quad-core Qualcomm processor and a crisp TFT 720p 5 inch display.
ZTE has taken it to Vine (out of all mediums out there) to announce a September 16th, which is to take place in New York City. What will they be bringing?
Priced at $180, the Warp Sync is a reasonably affordable mid-range device with a quad-core Snapdragon CPU, 2GB RAM and 5-inch 720p display.
The ZTE Nubia 5S Mini aims to burst into the USA with modest specs, an attractive price point and what they call a DSLR-like camera experience. Can it make it?
It may come as surprise that ZTE has consistently ranked as high as the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer for global volume and device shipments, and is a major contributor to the 3G and LTE (4G) standards that we enjoy today. What’s next?
Enter the ZTE Grand X, the newest 4G device to come to the popular prepaid network. It offers affordability, a good size and one heck of a price tag.
ZTE has now announced its upcoming devices will feature Google Now Launcher pre-installed as the default homescreen.