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ZTE Nubia Z9 will have no side bezels, official confirms

ZTE Nubia Z9 will have no side bezels, official confirms

07 April, 2015 | comments (19)

Last month ZTE made the Nubia Z9 Max official alongside the Nubia Z9 Mini, but many have been wondering why the flagship Z9 itself wasn't unveiled. Apparently ZTE is still working on the Nubia Z9, and it's finally due to be announced soon. The...

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ZTE Blade S6 Plus launched worldwide exclusively on eBay

ZTE Blade S6 Plus launched worldwide exclusively on eBay

06 April, 2015 | comments (12)

ZTE has announced that it is launching the Blade S6 Plus globally, exclusively on eBay. The phone is priced at $299.99, or £199.99 and €276.99 for the United Kingdom and Europe, respectively. The Blade S6 Plus is the bigger brother of the...

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ZTE Nubia Z9 Max and Z9 mini now official

ZTE Nubia Z9 Max and Z9 mini now official

26 March, 2015 | comments (27)

On a dedicated press conference in Beijing today ZTE unveiled the long-awaited and oft-teased Nubia Z9, or two of them, to be precise. The high end Nubia Z9 Max is a 5.5-inch phablet, while the Nubia Z9 mini is a more affordable 5-incher, but both...

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Images and specifications of ZTE Nubia Z9 mini and Z9 Max leak out

Images and specifications of ZTE Nubia Z9 mini and Z9 Max leak out

25 March, 2015 | comments (14)

Press images and specifications of ZTE Nubia Z9 mini and Nubia Z9 Max leaked out ahead of their official announcement. The smartphones will make their debut on March 26. ZTE Nubia Z9 mini and Z9 Max (click to enlarge) ZTE Nubia Z9 Max is...

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Xiaomi Mi4 not alone, ZTE Nubia Z9 to run Windows 10 as well

Xiaomi Mi4 not alone, ZTE Nubia Z9 to run Windows 10 as well

19 March, 2015 | comments (21)

Microsoft is apparently partnering with multiple Chinese manufacturers to bring the future Windows 10 to as many devices as possible. The OS to rule them all was recently shown to be running on a Xiaomi Mi4, but now the live tiles have popped up on...

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ZTE Nubia Z9 hardware revealed, S810 inside

ZTE Nubia Z9 hardware revealed, S810 inside

12 March, 2015 | comments (13)

The follow-up to the ZTE Nubia Z7 flagship of last year has been showing up in supposed live images recently, though with some disconcerting differences. The final looks of the ZTE Nubia Z9 aren't officially known yet, but we appear to have obtained...

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Fresh images of the ZTE Nubia Z9 leak showing bezel-less design

Fresh images of the ZTE Nubia Z9 leak showing bezel-less design

11 March, 2015 | comments (13)

ZTE can't keep its Nubia Z9 under wraps it seems. A couple of new images have surfaced showing the near-missing bezels around the device's screen. The images also showcase what could prove to be the back of the device, which looks similar to the...

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ZTE Grand S3 is now official, utilizes Eyeprint ID biometric tech

ZTE Grand S3 is now official, utilizes Eyeprint ID biometric tech

01 March, 2015 | comments (9)

ZTE announced its next flagship just a day before the MWC opens in Barcelona. The ZTE Grand S3 may sound like most of the top smartphones in 2014, but it has one very distinctly and innovative feature - it is the first phone ever to use eye-based...

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Possible Nubia Z9 shows up in a video, promises premium build

Possible Nubia Z9 shows up in a video, promises premium build

26 February, 2015 | comments (10)

The ZTE Nubia Z7, the top end offering in the company's Nubia line-up, may soon be treated to a successor, if we are to believe a video, posted on Chinese social media. It only gets a cameo in a fashion presentation, but that's about enough to...

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ZTE announces Blade S6 Lux in China

ZTE announces Blade S6 Lux in China

05 February, 2015 | comments (9)

You might remember that ZTE recently unveiled a budget-oriented handset with dual-SIM LTE connectivity. It is dubbed the Blade S6 and should be available from AliExpress globally for around $250 and also through Amazon and eBay in select...

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Check out this week's smartphone announcements

Check out this week's smartphone announcements

01 February, 2015 | comments (3)

The week opened with the announcement of the low-end Asus ZenFone C. It's a minor update to last year's ZenFone 4, retaining the Intel chipset with a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM. Screen size has seen a slight bump to 4.5 inches, requiring an...


ZTE Blade S6 brings LTE and Lollipop on a budget

ZTE Blade S6 brings LTE and Lollipop on a budget

28 January, 2015 | comments (7)

The ZTE Blade S6 was announced today and will be headed around the world to deliver dual-SIM LTE connectivity plus Lollipop on 64-bit power for people with a tight budget. The phone is built around a 5" IPS LCD with In-cell touch tech and 720p...

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Samsung dominated smartphone shipments in 2014

Samsung dominated smartphone shipments in 2014

20 January, 2015 | comments (91)

In the year 2014 the world saw an increased number of smartphones shipped but overall little change in the top three vendors. Samsung has been the leader for some time now but is seeing its market share slowly reduced by the likes of tough...


ZTE forecasts to nearly double profits for 2014

ZTE forecasts to nearly double profits for 2014

20 January, 2015 | comments (4)

ZTE has announced its 2014 financial results guidance and the expectations are overwhelmingly positive. The company, which is a major telecommunications provider and maker of consumer electronics, expects profits to increase 94.2% compared to...

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ZTE Blade S6 leaks, iPhone 6 feels it's looking in a mirror

ZTE Blade S6 leaks, iPhone 6 feels it's looking in a mirror

15 January, 2015 | comments (22)

An online retailer has spilled new photos of the upcoming ZTE Blade S6. The phone passed through TENAA back in December under the ZTE Q7 model name and resembles the look of the iPhone 6 Plus. In addition to the single official-looking image...

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Consumer Electronics Show 2015 wrap-up

Consumer Electronics Show 2015 wrap-up

09 January, 2015 | comments (7)

Much to the disappointment of tech geeks, CES 2015 couldn't go on forever. Some rumored announcements didn't take place, yet we got to see intriguing unexpected releases. In the following paragraphs you can check out what grabbed our...


New ZTE Nubia Z9 images confirm extremely slim bezels

New ZTE Nubia Z9 images confirm extremely slim bezels

06 January, 2015 | comments (20)

It’s not the first time we’ve seen alleged live photos of the successor to the ZTE Nubia Z7 but a new batch has just popped up. Sadly we didn't get any technical specs this time either. If you couldn’t tell that the home button is the...

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ZTE Grand X Max+ is a 6-inch phablet exclusive to Cricket US

ZTE Grand X Max+ is a 6-inch phablet exclusive to Cricket US

05 January, 2015 | comments (16)

ZTE unveiled an enhanced version of its Grand X Max phablet, this one exclusive to Cricket Mobile where it will cost $200 with no annual contract (monthly plans start at $40). Anyway, the ZTE Grand X Max+ is a large 6" phablet with LTE connectivity...


ZTE unveils a redesigned logo and new company philosophy

ZTE unveils a redesigned logo and new company philosophy

29 December, 2014 | comments (20)

The Chinese tech giant ZTE unveiled a redesigned logo. The new branding presents a new corporate identity, which falls in line with the company’s focus on innovating in the M-ICT field. The latter stands for Media Information Communications...

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ZTE Speed goes official with $99 contract-free price tag

ZTE Speed goes official with $99 contract-free price tag

23 December, 2014 | comments (3)

ZTE took the wraps off the budget-friendly Speed smartphone in the United States. The entry-level LTE handset is available for Boost Mobile and costs $99.99 with no contract. ZTE Speed features Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 MSM8916 chipset with...

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