ZTE has outed yet another one of its budget-friendly Android smartphones, but this time it’s partnering with T-Mobile for an exclusive deal. The ZMAX Phablet is big in name and big in size, but it shouldn’t be
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
HTC may have just announced its wallet-friendly 4G-toting Desire 510, but ZTE, who takes the word “budget” seriously, will not be outdone. Offering higher specs and a better screen, the ZTE Warp Sync differentiates
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
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
ZTE is announcing a new device today, the Grand S Pro. Set for release on US Cellular, the Grand S Pro delivers top-end performance at a rock-bottom price. For $99 with a two year contract, US Cellular customers can get LTE
ZTE has announced another handset today, the Concord II. This one will be available with T-Mobile and MetroPCS and touts itself as offering “even more value with a customizable Android experience.” T-Mobile will have
ZTE has just announced another one of its budget devices, the Blade L2. This 5-inch smartphone is already starting its itinerary in Europe before it heads out for the rest of the world.
ZTE has just a unveiled a new budget smartphone in China, one that it seemingly poised to rival a very specific contender. With a name like “V5 Red Bull”, this device seems poised to be ZTE’s answer to the
Some things are too good to be true, which may be the case with the ZTE Grand S II. Though it didn’t come with the rumored 4 GB of RAM, the actual device that landed in Beijing isn’t disappointing at all.