Expanding beyond the confines of the usual smartphones and tablets, ZTE has announced its first foray into the gaming industry. But more than just simply a gaming console, the ZTE9 FunBox offers an all around connected experience
ZTE made some big moves in terms of a US push last October. The company announced the availability of two devices, but perhaps more important was the partnership with the Houston Rockets. We spent some time with ZTE when they
ZTE has been offering teasers for the Nubia X6 smartphone, and while they have yet to offer an official announcement, they have recently shared details on when that will be happening. The announcement date is set for March 25th.
ZTE has recently been teasing the Nubia X6 smartphone. The details are being shared by way of the Chinese language Weibo, and have touched on everything from battery life, to the sound, and camera. There has also been an image
Another day, and another potential device reveal coming by way of the global design directory known as red dot 21. Earlier in the week there was an image and some specs for the still unannounced OPPO Find 7, and more recently
As ZTE had promised, the Grand Memo II LTE was unveiled during Mobile World Congress. We had also been told the display was going to be 6-inches. Basically, that meant the Grand Memo II LTE was going to be a bit larger than the
ZTE has been showing a Firefox OS phone here at MWC. The handset is the ZTE Open C, and it will bring a 4-inch WVGA display size and a variety of colors. The handset isn't sporting the highest of specs but that is more about the
Practicing the art of saying something about nothing, ZTE has announced what it will be announcing at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Spain next week. Included in this list is a brand new phablet as well as the latest iteration
Some new rumors have surfaced regarding the ZTE Nubia Z7. This particular handset has been discussed in rumor form for quite some time now, however it is starting to look like an announcement may actually be getting closer. Given
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.