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ZTE MAX XL for Boost Mobile Review

05/02/2017, Today, ZTE unveiled its new MAX XL entry level smartphone for the Sprint Boost Mobile network. Positioned as the contender of the Samsung Galaxy J7, the other smartphone offered by Boost Mobile, the large 6-inch ZTE MAX XL is available today for only...

Latest ZTE Axon 7 U.S. Update Brings Night Mode

04/30/2017, ZTE has only launched a few handsets in the United States and the Axon 7 happens to be one of them. It’s a high-end smartphone that recently received an update to Android 7.1.1 Nougat. ZTE continues to improve the features that this handset offers....

ZTE Max XL Offers Decent Specs For $130

04/25/2017, Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE today announced the launch of a new smartphone that offers decent specifications for the relatively affordable price of $129.99. The handset appeals to those who prefer to have big displays on their smartphones. It...

ZTE Quartz Smartwatch Now Official

04/10/2017, We’ve known for a while now that ZTE has been working on a new wearable device. Reports suggested that it was going to offer an affordable smartwatch powered by Android Wear 2.0. ZTE has officially announced its latest product today, it’s the...

ZTE Quartz Smartwatch Pictures Appear Online

03/20/2017, ZTE has its first Android Wear-powered smartwatch in the pipeline. The last we heard about this device was last month when it stopped by the FCC for its regulatory certification. If you’ve been meaning to check it out then you will be delighted to...

ZTE’s Blade V8 Mini Is Aimed At Smartphone Photographer

02/27/2017, [MWC 2017] The cameras on our smartphones these days really plays an important role when choosing which phone to purchase. If you are in agreement then you might be interested to learn that ZTE has announced a new smartphone part of their Blade series...

ZTE Blade V8 Lite Announced

02/27/2017, [MWC 2017] Back in the day it was pretty much unheard of for kids to own a mobile phone. For those that did, it was usually because parents needed a way to stay in touch, but these days children and young teens owning smartphones has become the norm,...

ZTE Hawkeye Kickstarter Cancelled

02/19/2017, ZTE recently had the idea to crowdsource ideas for a new smartphone so it decided to launch a Kickstarter campaign for what it initially called Project CSX. The handset was later called Hawkeye and it had two unique features: a self-adhesive back and...

ZTE Gigabit Phone Reveal Confirmed For MWC 2017

02/16/2017, 4G LTE networks are a thing of the past as tech companies are now focusing on 5G which will provide even faster data speeds on mobile devices. Qualcomm came out with a gigabit LTE-compatible chip last year while the first gigabit internet network went...

ZTE Axon 7 Nougat Update Brings Daydream View Support

02/07/2017, ZTE is finally rolling out the much-awaited Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Axon 7. It was previously reported that the company will send out this update in January but that didn’t happen. Nevertheless, owners will be glad that they didn’t...

ZTE Hawkeye Kickstarter Might Be Canceled

01/29/2017, ZTE recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to basically see how democracy works when you’re trying to develop a new smartphone. The idea was to take ideas from backers about the functionality and specs they would like to see in a reasonably...

ZTE Is Making Big Changes To Its Crowdsourced Smartphone

01/23/2017, ZTE launched Project CSX to crowdsource a smartphone that would appeal to the masses. The project has since been launched on Kickstarter as a crowdfunding campaign that seeks to raise $500,000. While it has received some great suggestions from the public...

ZTE Crowdsourced Phone Specifications Confirmed

01/17/2017, In case you’re not aware, Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE has been crowdsourcing a new smartphone called Hawkeye. The company has now revealed the specifications of its crowdsourced smartphone. It’s going to have decent specs but...

ZTE To Launch Android Wear Smartwatch Later This Year

01/06/2017, Just about every smartphone manufacturer you can think of has launched a smartwatch of their own. There is Apple, Samsung, LG, Motorola (and by extension Lenovo), Huawei, and Xiaomi, just to name a few. So actually what would be weird is if some OEMs were...