ZTE has been in the news quite a bit lately, mostly because of its brand new Axon 7 flagship. This new smartphone boasts an all-metal build, top-of-the-line specifications, support for Google’s Daydream platform and much, much more. It will also probably come to market at a pretty affordable price point, at least compared to other flagships on the market. If you’re looking for a place to discuss the new Axon 7 or pretty much anything else regarding the mobile technology world, you should check out ZTE’s new Z-Community.
Z-Community isn’t just a standard forum site. Sure, you can participate in the forums to ask questions and start discussions, but you’ll find there’s actually much more if you poke around a little bit. It’s also a place where you can check out ZTE’s official blog, and get access to beta testing opportunities. Here’s a full list of what you can find in the Z-Community:
- Forums: Discuss your ZTE device and perhaps one you’re looking to buy with other community members. As the fourth largest mobile phone supplier in the U.S., it makes sense to have world-class support for our fan base so feel free to submit a question, search for answers, or simply converse with fans and ZTE staff.
- Labs: If R&D is your thing and you want to know about the latest and greatest, then the Labs is your place to be. From beta testing opportunities to discussions around new features and functionalities currently in research phase, be ready to share your thoughts on what should be integrated into our next mobile device.
- Blog: Are you a thought leader or simply a mobile enthusiast, we invite you to share your perspective of industry trends, firsthand experience with the latest gadgets, and much more on the blog. We’ll have guest posts from thought leaders within ZTE other participants as well, so stay tuned for some exciting content.
ZTE is also kicking off the launch with a giveaway. From now until June 5th, ZTE will give the five most consistently active members a new Axon 7. The winners will be announced on Z-Community, so be sure to check back for the results.
Interested in checking it out for yourself? Follow the link below.