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Android Community Weekly Digest: Dec. 28, 2014

Just because it's holiday season doesn't mean that the mobile world is at a complete standstill. Though many indeed have set their eyes on CES 2015, which is just a few weeks away, some still managed to sneak in a few surprises before the year is over. And, of course, the rumor mill is starting to heat up with stuff to expect early next year. Welcome to the latest edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from December 22 to December 28, 2014, which also happens to be the last Weekly Digest for this year!

ZTE USA intros new 4G-enabled phone, calls it ZTE Speed

ZTE USA just announced a new smartphone that you can get off-contract from Boost Mobile. Officially called as ZTE Speed, this phone is HD voice-enabled and is very affordable at $99.99. You can still avail of an Unlimited Data Boost Plan from the carrier if you want more mobile surfing goodness, after all, the ZTE Speed boasts of its 4G LTE connectivity. The timing of this phone is just perfect for those who aren't done with their Christmas shopping yet.

ZTE Zinger now available on T-Mobile Prepaid

Ah, Christmas gadget shopping season; the time when people look for a replacement for their older smartphone or a secondary unit (because why not) or an affordable device to give in to your young child's request for their own. If your reasons for Internet window shopping are the latter two, T-Mobile is offering ZTE Zinger, a budget smartphone, for Prepaid subscribers.

ZTE intros new voice-controlled flagship phone, calls it Star 2

ZTE recently introduced a new flagship phone in the form of the ZTE Star 2. This 4G LTE smartphone is voice-controlled, made possible by the Chinese manufacturer's very own biometrics voice integration strategy. The ZTE Star 2 features a brand new user interface that is customizable, better mobile entertainment experience, and a smart system-level voice control. This phone is a follow-up to the very successful ZTE Star 1 smartphone launched by the company last year.

Cricket Wireless launches ZTE Grand X Max phablet

Cricket Wireless may not be that popular but this AT&T subsidiary is rolling out a new smartphone in the form of the ZTE Grand X Max. This phablet boasts of a 6-inch hi-definition screen so you can do and see more on the huge display.

ZTE Blade Vec 3G and Vec 4G smartphones rock 5-inch 720p screens

This has been a big week for new smartphones, tablets, and other products to debut with IFA 2014 underway in Germany. Among the products that have debuted are a pair of new smartphones from ZTE including the Blade Vec 3G and the Blade Vec 4G. I'm sure you can guess from the names what the major difference between the two devices is.

ZTE nubia 5S mini arrives in the US, unlocked and with LTE

ZTE is bringing yet another of its rare smartphones to the US, this time offering it without any carrier support or subsidy. The nubia 5S mini's 13 megapixel camera and focus on digital photography features, however, might make it a more interesting pick compared to the manufacturer's previous devices, even or especially those limited edition marketing gimmicks.

ZTE Nubia Z7 family gets into the flagship naming game

ZTE probably won't float to the top of your list if you try to think of serious contenders in the Chinese smartphone industry, at least from the vantage point of the US where ZTE's products fall more on the budget side. In China, however, ZTE is trying to reclaim lost time and presence by unveiling all the same time the three members of its latest flagship series, the Nubia Z7, the misnamed Nubia Z7 Max, and an even more dubious the Nubia Z7 mini.
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