ZTE may be relative newcomers on the smartphone scene but they have been absolutely killing it since their entry into the market in 2011. That trend has continued with its two newest devices to its boutique Nubia line of smart phones, the Z5S and Z5S Mini.
Opposite to most brands, Nubia first launched their white model and now leaks of the black Nubia Z5S have surfaced with launch date.
Chinese phone users are getting a huge pre-Christmas gift in the form of 4G LTE in most major cities and the ZTE Memo 5S and 5L are on sale now with native support.
China’s Ministry of communications have leaked yet another amazing looking device. The ZTE S221 which we believe to be the ZTE Grand S II has received its network license.
The Nubia Z5S and the Z5S, are refreshed and more powerful iterations of their base models, and were launched earlier this week. Here’s a look at how the two fare on the benchmarking department:
If yesterday you were a little disappointed with the updated phones from Nubia, and wanted to see something all new then we have the spy photos for you!
ZTE’s Nubia brand are rumoured to be launching an updated version of the Nubia Z5 with Snapdragon 800 processor, but leaked pricing doesn’t seem very competitive!
As we impatiently wait for the next big thing from Zopo, another Chinese manufacturer, namely ZTE, reportedly has a party-spoiler on the cards in the form of the Nubia Z5S! While it’s a known fact that ZTE are working on the Nubia Z5S (we were treated to some spy pictures as a while back), a…
Another 5.7″ phablet from ZTE seems to be on its way to a launch, the ZTE N5L with quad-core MT6589T processor and HD display.
A handful leaked pictures of ZTE’s next-gen Snapdragon 800-powered Nubia Z5S have made their way online!
Sources close to ZTE have leaked this screen shot of the next Nubia phone showing it will also support LTE.
In a unique strategy of sorts, China’s ZTE have unveiled the Blade Q lineup of 3 Android-powered smartphones, namely the Blade Q Mini, Blade Q and Blade Q Maxi, all of which offer exactly the same specifications save for varying screen sizes!
While it’s been raining quad-core and full HD smartphones, here’s one which breaks the routine – the ZTE Switch X1. The device was spotted at the WiFi certification database, where we take a look at its specs sheet.
Shortly after ZTE announced the Nubia Z5 NBA version, the companies Chinese manager has posted an image of the next generation Nubia Z7.
ZTE are currently the 5th largest phone makers in the world, and with the growing interested in wearable technology they hope to become number 1.
The Nubia brand was introduced this year as a flagship ZTE phone brand, and they tend to keep to focusing on the high-end with a new Snapdragon 800 device this November.
If you asked me yesterday which sub 2000 Yuan phone you should buy the answer would have been a Xiaomi Mi2S, today though the Nubia Z5 mini might be my answer!
ZTE’s Nubia brand are currently in the process of launching their new flagship mini smartphone in Beijing! More details of the Nubia Z5 Mini after the jump.
Earlier this week ZTE held a launch conference in Beijing to officially usher in the ZTE Geek, the latest Intel Clover Trail+ Android smartphone.
The ZTE U988S Android smartphone has just received its Network License here in China, so what do we know about this Tegra 4 powered Xiaomi Mi3 rival?