ZTE 10.1″ quad-core Tegra 3 tablet spotted

ZTE is better known for their feature phones and low priced Android offerings but has been surprising the world of Android lately. ZTE appears to be going big and have stepped into the quad-core tablet game with a few Honeycomb tablets of their own. We first saw the Tegra 3 touting 7" version last week, and now it seems the 10.1" tablet is also in the wild.

ZTE T98 tablet is the first Tegra 3 tablet to surface

Typically, if a smartphone or tablet is running Tegra under the hood, it's the Tegra 2 flavor that we have all seen before. A new tablet has turned up in China called the ZTE T98 and it runs Tegra of a different flavor in the form of a Tegra 3 chip under the hood. The tablet is small with a 7-inch screen and a thin 11.5mm profile.

ZTE Smart 7″ Android Tab clears the FCC

We saw the ZTE Smart tablets back at IFA 2011 but no details confirmed where it would launch. Now the 7" Honeycomb tablet from ZTE has cleared the FCC making us hopeful it will see a U.S launch soon. It's about time we get a few more 7" tablets in for some competition although I have a feeling we'll have plenty to choose from very soon.

ZTE Score hits Cricket Mobile

Contracts suck, we can all agree to that. If you are looking for a new Android device on a no-contract carrier on the cheap Cricket Wireless has a new offering for you that might be perfect. The smartphone is called the ZTE Cricket and it is the first ZTE branded smartphone to hit the Cricket network. Cricket is also the first carrier to launch the Score from ZTE as well. It will be in Cricket retail locations starting September 25.

Clove pins a price and launch date for UK to ZTE Skate Android smartphone

If you are an Android fan in the UK, hoping to get a smartphone with decent specs at a good price the ZTE Skate might be the smartphone for you. The phone is sized similarly to the HTC Desire HD, but will be much cheaper than that HTC offering. The Skate uses Android 2.3 and has a giant 4.3-inch touchscreen. According to one UK retailer the Skate will be coming soon and will sell for a great price.

ZTE Blade/ Orange San Francisco finally gets Android OS update

If you are a fan of the mid-range ZTE Blade known as the Orange San Francisco and have been wishing that the device would get an OS update the time is here. The San Fran was one of the more popular budget Android devices in the UK and what probably bothered many was that the device was running Android 2.1. That version of the OS is certainly long in the tooth by most standards. ZTE has announced that it is set to upgrade the OS on all Blade variants.

ZTE Style S and LTE Tablet in the works for the US

ZTE is not a very wide known brand but we have covered them more than a few times here in the past. They are a small company that is based in China that have build budget phones that thousands have used. This week at CTIA they announced some exciting news that I'm sure you will all be pleased to hear. They are coming to the U.S. in the second half of the year and are bringing an Android 2.3 beast with a 4.3" screen as well as a Android 3.0 10" Android Tablet with them.

ZTE Micromax Andro A60 Launches in India

Micromax, an Indian phone manufacturer known for their entry-level affordable handsets, has just released a new entry-level Android device in India. Launching as the Android A60, also known as the ZTE Penguin, the interesting device will sell for 6,999 INR which is about $152.
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