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?
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!
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.
After snatching the spotlight both at CES in January and MWC in February, ZTE decided to take a breather and got back in the shadows for a little while.
There’ve been a lot of rumors and semi-official news relating to ZTE Grand S and Grand Memo’s pricing, but this time we have something that rings true for a change.
Germany. The land of poets and thinkers, schnauzers and bratwursts, aspirin, Adolf Hitler and… Claudia Schiffer. And now the land where some of the most highly anticipated Android devices of the early 2013 have been priced.
Remember when we (jokingly?) called Huawei crazy for coming out with the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate “phone”? Well, you can say ZTE is officially joining the cuckoo club now, although the company’s Grand Memo is a bit more down to earth.
There’s very little to set all the recently revealed 1080p smartphones apart, what with basically all of them sporting 5-inch displays, quad-core S4 Pro CPUs, 2 gigs of RAM and Android Jelly Bean.
Ever since Huawei and ZTE have decided to go for the Western gold in the high-end smartphone niche in addition to the entry-level one, things have gotten a bit crazy.
If you thought the recently announced ZTE Grand S Android smartphone was great but somehow don’t think you can spend upwards of $500 on your next mobile, then you should take a look at the more affordable ZTE U956.