NVIDIA i450 (Icera) to be exact. ZTE also makes another device with this modem, the ZTE Era. This device, the ZTE Grand X, is made to bring on power at an undeniably affordable price.
ZTE Grand X LTE smartphone running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. What we have here a device similar to the recently announced Mimosa X, and it runs on the new Qualcomm processor with LTE in a single chip, one of the first of its kind. Check out our hands-on below.
Grand X LTE (T82).
Oppo didn't even last a week before somebody swooped in and took their "thinnest smartphone" badge for the finder. The corporate griefer in this case is Chinese manufacturer ZTE, whose new "Athena" smartphone was spotted by Weibo looking positively anorexic. The Athena beats the Finder by a whole .3mm, for a total Z-height of 6.2mm. Pricing and availability are, of course, up in the air.
ZTE have a new tablet on the horizon. It was first announced back in February during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but today here at CTIA 2012 they had it out and available for us to get our hands on it. This 10-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet comes with a 1.7 GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor. More details and video after the break.
Galaxy Note has become a surprising hit: the last we heard from Samsung, the 5.3-inch Android smartphone had sold an amazing 5 million units worldwide. This has inspired some competition from the likes of LG (with the Optimus Vu) and Panasonic (with the ELUGA Power), and now it looks like Chinese manufacturer ZTE us joining in the fray. Company representatives told Reuters that they were planning not one but two "phablets" for an unspecified release date.
last spotted at Mobile World Congress. It's running a combination of CDMA and LTE bands in its wireless radio, but not the standard ones that Verizon uses. This means it's probably headed for a smaller regional carrier.
WiFi and Bluetooth certification authorities, and the company asking for its papers is Chinese manufacturer ZTE. There's just one puzzling thing about this phone: it's been given the official moniker "ZTE Optimus Barcelona". Say what?
making a splash at Mobile World Congress thanks to a wide collection of smartphones - most of which have been announced in name only. One exception is the new Era, the Chinese OEM's highest-end smartphone due out some time in the next few months. We made a point of seeking out the Era for its take on the quad-core smartphone, since everyone and their parent company seems t have on to show off. Like most of its contemporaries, the ZTE Era uses Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor in its new 4-Plus-1 incarnation.