ZTE announced the Iconic Phablet during CES, and more recently, the handset has been announced for Boost Mobile. The name has been changed to the Boost MAX, however the specs are the same as we saw back in early-January.
Boost Mobile has announced the immediate availability of the MAX phablet from ZTE. The handset is simply dubbed the Boost MAX and will bring a 5.7-inch HD IPS display. Boost Mobile is playing up the size of the display here,
Originally announced several months earlier, the ZTE Blade Q Mini has arrived for those in the UK market. The handset has entered the entry-level lineup by way of Virgin Mobile UK. Specs include a 4-inch (800 x 480) display and
ZTE is planning big things for 2014. It seems as though they want to up their smartphone shipments 50%, from 40 million to 60 million. Those are worldwide deliveries, which ZTE will fight while a battle back home heats up.
ZTE did a bit of pre-CES teasing so we knew some of what they were planning to unveil. They had a new smartphone, and phablet as well as their entry into the wearable space. The ZTE wearable is a smartwatch and it is called the
We're no strangers to gadgets that try to do everything. After all, smartphones have mostly evolved to become just that. But there are just some things that leave you scratching your head and the ZTE Projector Hotspot unveiled at
Modular smartphones might be a thing, or maybe it will just be a passing fascination. Whatever the outcome may be, ZTE is ready to dive into the modular smartphone game with the Eco-Mobius that it is showcasing here at CES 2014
ZTE has offered a bit of a teaser in terms of what could be expected during CES. At the time they had said they were planning to bring a wide array of devices and while that included everything from a smartwatch to phablet, the
ZTE already dropped a bit of a teaser in terms of what can be expected during CES, however it looks like another handset has surfaced. This latest is called the ZTE Blade G LTE and judging from the pictures included in the FCC