High-end ZTE Nubia Z7 teased and leaked
Jun06

High-end ZTE Nubia Z7 teased and leaked

It turns out that the ZTE Nubia Z7 won’t be a humongous phablet, as we thought back in November of last year. The Chinese company has already launched its very big handset in March, and called it Nubia X6. However, a Nubia Z7 is still coming. ZTE has in fact posted the image you see below to its official Weibo account, alongside the text “Z7, a little more beautiful”. So the company itself has pretty much confirmed...

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Upcoming ZTE device could be the first to sport LTE-capable MediaTek CPU, leak shows
May29

Upcoming ZTE device could be the first to sport LTE-capable MediaTek CPU, leak shows

According to leaked information coming out of China, the very first smartphone to feature MediaTek’s first LTE-capable processor will be made by ZTE. MediaTek unveiled the MT6595 true octa-core chipset with 4G LTE support back in December, and it was supposed to be out in shipping devices at the beginning of this year. That still hasn’t happened, though, but it’s apparently going to – and pretty soon. What you...

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ZTE Nubia X6 sells out in 9.8 seconds
May21

ZTE Nubia X6 sells out in 9.8 seconds

When it comes to selling out mobile devices in record-breaking times, Xiaomi is usually the company that comes to mind. It achieves its record sellouts both thanks to the incredibly big number of people who want to purchase its wares and the fact that it releases its products in batches. This time around, though, it isn’t Xiaomi boasting about selling out of a certain smartphone in a record amount of time. It’s actually...

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ZTE Nubia W5 with Windows Phone 8.1 revealed
May15

ZTE Nubia W5 with Windows Phone 8.1 revealed

Like we told you last year, ZTE is getting ready to re-enter the Windows Phone world in 2014. Following a few less than successful offerings in 2012, the Chinese company will release at least one Windows Phone this year. And that may be called Nubia W5. Yes, it looks like ZTE will use its Nubia premium brand for its first Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone. So far, we’ve only seen Android-powered Nubia-branded wares, but that’s...

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Cheap, low-end ZTE Concord II launches for T-Mobile and MetroPCS
May15

Cheap, low-end ZTE Concord II launches for T-Mobile and MetroPCS

ZTE has announced a new smartphone today, and it’s a budget offering that’s been created specially for T-Mobile and MetroPCS. It’s called ZTE Concord II, and is supposedly the follow-up to the original Concord from 2012. The ZTE Concord II should become available at T-Mobile today, and it will be offered by MetroPCS too starting on May 19 (that’s next Monday, by the way). The second Concord doesn’t excel...

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ZTE Blade L2 launched with low-end specs, disappointing screen resolution
May08

ZTE Blade L2 launched with low-end specs, disappointing screen resolution

Most, if not all of the smartphones that have so far been part of ZTE’s Blade series, along with their carrier-branded versions, have been sold quite well in parts of Europe at least. So the Chinese company, obviously proud of those past accomplishments, has now introduced a new member in this line. And, like its predecessors, it will probably be extremely affordable. Yet unlike the other Blades before it this has one serious...

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Huawei, Xiaomi, and ZTE all want to overshadow OnePlus One launch next week
Apr17

Huawei, Xiaomi, and ZTE all want to overshadow OnePlus One launch next week

On April 23, China-based smartphone manufacturing startup OnePlus is due to unveil its first ever device, the One. It has so far been teased extensively by its maker, and we basically already know everything about it save for one detail: what it looks like. On that front, all we’ve been led to believe is that it will come with insanely small bezels. Otherwise, the OnePlus One should sport a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD touchscreen, a...

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ZTE Nubia X6 phablet announced in China with top notch specs, 13 MP front camera, 4,250 mAh battery
Mar25

ZTE Nubia X6 phablet announced in China with top notch specs, 13 MP front camera, 4,250 mAh battery

Right on schedule, ZTE has announced the Nubia X6 phablet today. It’s actually more of a tablet than even a phablet, coming with a gigantic 6.44-inch touchscreen. It’s got 1080p Full HD resolution, a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash and optical image stabilization, a 13 MP front camera, a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32, 64, or 128 GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 4G LTE,...

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ZTE Nubia X6 certified in China, pictures and specs now out
Mar20

ZTE Nubia X6 certified in China, pictures and specs now out

ZTE has chosen to unveil its next Nubia-branded smartphone on March 25, which is the same day on which HTC will finally make the new One official (coincidence or not). So far the Chinese company itself has teased the Nubia X6 once or twice, and we’ve heard that it would be a phablet – maybe even a pretty big one. That turns out to have been true, apparently. TENAA, which is the Chinese equivalent of the FCC, has just...

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ZTE chooses to announce the Nubia X6 on the same day as the new HTC One
Mar14

ZTE chooses to announce the Nubia X6 on the same day as the new HTC One

In a pretty odd move, ZTE decided that the only day of the year in which it could officially unveil the Nubia X6 was the same day in which HTC will have its big event for the all new One: March 25. Generally, smartphone makers want to make sure that no other big events are scheduled on the same day in which they want to introduce a new device, but there have been exceptions to this rule. Notably, when big shows such as CES, MWC, or...

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