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ZTE releases budget smartphones on Cricket, AT&T

Chinese tech brand ZTE may not be as popular in the Western hemisphere, but it has definitely made its mark in its local market and in other emerging regions where budget devices are the "in" thing. Now they're set on making a name in the US market by releasing two of their newest smartphones on two separate networks: the ZTE Sonata 2 on Cricket, and the ZTE Maven on AT&T.

ZTE Axon phone to be unveiled soon with 4GB RAM

ZTE has not made any official announcement yet regarding a new smartphone but an Axon Phone has been spotted. There have been talks and rumors about an Axon Phone but it wasn't clear who is manufacturing the phone. Today, we learn that it's from ZTE, another Chinese phone manufacturer that's been trying to enter the mobile market in the United States. You might say this is just another entry level phone but the rumored 4GB RAM makes it more promising.

Bezel-less Nubia Z9 arriving in the US in Q3

The borderless Nubia Z9 was announced last month and instantly impressed the mobile industry with the high-end specs and its bezel-less form. This unit also boasts an ergonomic design that makes it easy to hold despite its huge 5.2-inch Full HD Display screen. Selfie addicts might even find this an awesome phone because of the aRC Technology FiT Technology for One-Handed Selfies feature.

ZTE Fanfare budget phone gets picked up by Cricket Wireless

As people are gushing over the Samsung Galaxy S6 over at the premium side of the smartphone spectrum, there is no question that there are also a lot of options over at the budget tier. And Cricket Wireless just added another sub-$100 phone to its lineup to appeal to those who just want a simple phone and no bells and whistles whatsoever – this is the ZTE Fanfare.

Bezel-less, high-end Nubia Z9 officially announced with full specs

We've seen the supposed leaked pictures and read the rumors about this almost bezel-less new smartphone from ZTE. But the time for speculation is over as the Nubia Z9 was finally unveiled and its full specifications announced in China. Something that wasn't mentioned in the previous leaks is that there will be 3 versions of the new flagship and it looks like they will all be in the high-end smartphone category.

ZTE ZMAX phablet now back on T-Mobile Website

Aside from the news that that Galaxy Note 4 getting a taste of Android 5.0.1 Lollipop, T-Mobile is also relisting the ZTE ZMAX. This was actually soon after the Sony Xperia Z3 was also relisted on the website after being absent from the lineup for some time. This is good news for those who want a ZTE ZMAX and want to get the Android tablet only from T-Mobile. It wasn't actually a long absence but the ten days of possible sales is already a loss for both companies.

ZTE SPRO 2 Smart Projector: hands-on at IFA 2015

Remember the ZTE SPRO 2 projector that made its way into AT&T's catalog last week? Chances are, you probably didn't get too hyped up about a portable projector. But these things seem to be growing in number and popularity these days that you can no longer ignore their presence. At the IFA 2015 press conference last week, ZTE took the chance to show off the Android-powered smart projector, and we took a hands-on spin just to see for ourselves what the device is all about.

AT&T adds LG G Flex 2, ZTE Spro 2 projector to portfolio

You're looking for a new smartphone or gadget and your carrier of choice is AT&T? Then it's time for another round of what's new with your favorite mobile service provider. They have just recently made announcements that the newest member of the LG family, the G Flex 2, and the wireless smart projector, the ZTE Spro 2, will be available at their nearest online and retail stores soon.

T-Mobile suspends ZTE ZMax sales, owners taking off the batt

After less than a year of being carried by T-Mobile, the ZTE Zmax phablet is no more. ZTE didn't pull out of a deal with T-Mobile but it was the mobile carrier who recently suspended its sales. It's not because no one is buying the ZTE phablet but rather people are hacking in to the phone. T-Mobile might have been pissed off at those people trying to fix the phone themselves and looks like they've had it already.

Pictures of almost bezel-less Nubia Z9 leaked

It looks like a lot of smartphones now, specifically those from Chinese brands, are aiming to go as bezel-less as possible. While those devices may not be the sturdiest, they do look the shiniest and the prettiest. A new smartphone from ZTE called the Nubia Z9 is laying claim to the least bezel-y phone in the market and based on the device's leaked images ahead of its launch, it does seem to look that way.
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