First details for Sprint’s ZTE Flash surface

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Presumably another low-cost offering, the ZTE Flash is set to arrive this fall.

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ZTE launches ZTE Grand X in UK for £190

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ZTE is one of the brands that’s rapidly emerging in the world of smartphones. In last recent months, they came up with some good devices, like the beautiful upcoming Athena and many more. ZTE is now finally launching the ZTE Grand X in UK, which was announced a month ago, though it comes ...

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How loyal are you to your Android handset maker? #androidfeedback

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Would you consider another brand for your next Android?

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ZTE Score M found to have security vulnerability

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Chinese manufacturer ZTE has confirmed the Android-based Score M (MetroPCS, ) handset is susceptible to a backdoor security hole.  Once enabled, the bad guys could gain root access and add, remove or copy data from the smartphone.  Apparently the process starts with a hardwired device password ...

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ZTE wants a piece of that Galaxy Note market

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ZTE recognizes that there is potential in the larger phone/tablet experience.

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ZTE N910 passes through FCC en route to U.S. carrier

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In what’s becoming a pretty regular occurrence, another ZTE smartphone has inched one step closer to release with a U.S. carrier.  This time around it’s the N910 passing through the FCC  with a little bit of LTE support in tow.  Although we could be a few weeks or months from anyone ...

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MetroPCS and ZTE announce Score M, obviously not aiming for powerhouse

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ZTE and MetroPCS are poised to launch the ZTE Score M. The device will be the regional carrier’s first ZTE Android device, and will come with some low-end specs that include Gingerbread, a 3.2MP rear camera, 3.5-inch HVGA TFT screen, 600 MHz processor, 4GB of internal memory, MicroSD ...

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Sprint brings the ZTE Fury, an entry-level Gingerbread for $20

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Looking to go the dirt-cheap route for an Android smartphone? This should suffice.

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ZTE intros the quad-core, Android 4.0 “Era’

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Thus far, this Mobile World Congress is proving that Chinese handset makers are not second-tier  mobile phone companies. Huawei introduced a sexy tablet and three new smartphones, one which  is world’s fastest phone according to the manufacturer. Now another famous Chinese brand, ZTE, has ...

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ZTE to announce quad-core Android at Mobile World Congress

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Aiming to become a top-three brand by 2015, ZTE is about to get real serious, real fast.

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ZTE Mimosa X is first NVIDIA smartphone with Icera modem

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The ZTE handset is the first to feature the new low-cost/high-performance chipset from NVIDIA.

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ZTE to Launch two Ice Cream Sandwich powered phones at MWC

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It seems that Chinese companies are planning to rock at MWC 2012. First Huawei announced that they are gearing up to launch new tablet and smartphone at MWC, and now ZTE has announced that they will launch two new Android devices at the Mobile World Congress. The good news is that both will be ...

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ZTE launches ZTE Light Tab 2 in UK, with Gingerbread

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ZTE is a very famous Chinese brand and their devices are well known in USA. We saw the cheap Android tablet launched by Sprint known as ZTE Optik, only for $99 with contract. Now ZTE has launched a new Android powered tablet in UK which is known as ZTE Light Tab 2. It’s a 7... Read More

Honeycomb on a Budget: Sprint debuts the $99 ZTE Optik

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Sprint's latest tablet brings very respectable hardware at a price that's hard to refuse.

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ZTE V66 headed to Verizon, won’t blow your mind

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ZTE is trying pretty hard to get into the U.S. market, and Verizon might get a piece of the pie. We recently saw the ZTE Optik, headed for Sprint, and now another ZTE tablet has leaked in a blurry shot: the ZTE V66. We’re not completely sure, but the V66 could actually be that ZTE... Read More