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Later this month in Beijing, ZTE’s Nubia brand will unleash their next generation smartphone. From recent Antutu benchmarks it looks every bit as powerful as we had hoped.
Rumors around the ZTE Nubia Z7 do not seem to stop anytime soon. The latest rendering is showing a bezel-free design.
Nubia could be up to more than we had first thought, as a new Nubia Z7 design turns up for it’s spy photo glory.
Next week Nubia will launch a their New Nubia Z7 model, but ahead of the official launch the phone has been spied on the TENAA where it received it’s network license.
A recent leak points to a ZTE phone, the Qingyang 2 4G which is expected to release soon with 2013-esque specs and a sub-$500 price tag.
China’s ever-expanding ZTE have announced plans to launch a total of 6 smartphones for the Indian market this year, some of which will have 4G capabilities.
For a company usually ahead of the game, Mediatek are doing a poor job of jumping on board the LTE bandwagon, but as the faster data service becomes more mainstream in China manufacturers are already hinting at the MTK LTE phones.
Nubia have started to tease details of the next flagship phone, the “beautiful” Nubia Z7.
ZTE’s Nubia brand are revealing in the success of the Nubia Z6 launch and to celebrate could be lining up the launch of the new flagship Nubia Z7 early next month in Beijing.
Today on Weibo, sources close to ZTE leaked detail of a new ZTE phone running the much anticipated octaocre Mediatek processor with 4G LTE support.
It was revealed today that ZTE will release a WCDMA version of the low-cost Redbull V5 with 2GB RAM on 27th May.
ZTE had a successful launch of their flagship Nubia X6 phablet, managing to sell the first batch of phones in a record 9.8 seconds!
Is it time for the Windows Phone platform to come of age? ZTE apparently think so, and are allegedly working on a flagship phone with the very OS.
Just a few weeks ago ZTE announced their super low-cost 4G LTE equipped smartphone, aka the ZTE Redbull. The phone has been on sale in China for a few weeks now meaning benchmarks are hitting the web.
ZTE is updating its Nubia line of devices to Nubia 2.0, bringing the custom rom to owners of devices other than the Nubia X6 for the first time.
With a 6.4 inch screen ZTE’s Nubia X6 is huge, even by phablet standards. Now they are releasing a slightly smaller “mini” version with a 5.2 inch screen.
We found out about the ZTE Star 1 a few days ago after images of it leaked onto the net. Now ZTE has gone ahead and released the device to the Chinese buying public.
A few days after mysterious packaging and a filing for a stylish phablet from ZTE turned up, real photos finally emerge to show off the all new ZTE Star 1.
According to reports, China’s ZTE managed to sell 50K units of its Grand S II smartphone on Saturday in less than a minute!
ZTE just don’t seem to quite, they have just launched the Redbull, the Memo II LTE and the Nubia X6! The Star 1 is something new!