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ZTE Projector Hotspot CES 2014

Meet the Wi-Fi hotspot that doubles as a video projector

January 2nd, 2014

In this digital age, we expect all of our devices to multi-task as much as we do. Our video game consoles need to serve as capable media centers, our watches need to receive email, and apparently our projectors need to double as Wi-Fi hotspots. ZTE announced its lineup for CES 2014 on Thursday, and one …

ZTE Grand S Release Date

ZTE announces U.S. availability for Grand S, nubia 5 hero phones

October 3rd, 2013

ZTE quickly ascended the ranks to become a top-five smartphone vendor earlier this year, and it hopes to capitalize on that success with the release of two powerful new smartphones. The Grand S phablet was revealed at CES in January, although at the time there was no indication of whether the phone would make it …

ZTE American Smartphone Market Share Analysis

Bargain-bin smartphones vault ZTE into the top 5 in U.S. market share

May 3rd, 2013

The iPhone 5. The Galaxy S4. The HTC One. The BlackBerry Z10. These are the smartphones that we’ve been reading about obsessively for the past several months and are some of the American smartphone market’s heavyweight fighters. But while these big-name vendors have been rolling out their premier devices, Chinese smartphone vendor ZTE has been …

ZTE Open Hands-on

Does the world need another new mobile OS? Firefox and ZTE think so

February 25th, 2013

The new ZTE (0763) Open is perhaps more significant for what it’s not than what it is. The handset does not run Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10 or Tizen. In a world dominated by just a few established major players, the introduction of Firefox’s new mobile OS, alongside handsets such as the Open, is …

ZTE Grand Memo Hands On

ZTE Grand Memo preview: Destined to get lost in the phablet crowd

February 25th, 2013

One thing is quite clear: Samsung’s (005930) gamble on the 5-inch handset market is catching fire. Manufacturers seem to be scrambling to concoct their very own iteration of the “phablet,” clearly attempting to capitalize on the newly forged market space created by the world’s largest Android manufacturer. Unfortunately, where Samsung led with innovation and foresight, …