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The Nubia Z9 has been one of the worst kept secrets among Chinese smartphones with every single possible detail leaked to the public, and now the packaging has also been leaked.
ZTE’s worst kept secret is the Nubia Z9, already we have seen the standard phone model in various leaks, not those are followed up by photos of a phablet variant.
Nubia have confirmed they will launch the Nubia Z9 flagship on 26th March, and now Antutu has confirmed specifications for the new Chinese smartphone.
The ZTE Blade S6 is already a popular phone, but according to a listing, another version of the phone — the Blade S6 Plus — is already getting popular.
While at MWC I had heard a rumour that the Nubia Z9 was on site, but after a good search around the ZTE and Qualcomm stand turned up nothing I gave up, but someone found it.
Xiaomi aren’t the only ones to have a new sports action camera this week, ZTE also had their first such device on display at MWC.
Security plays a big part in phone design and specification, and ZTE have taken it up a notch with an eye scanner in the new ZTE Grand S3.
With MWC starting in only a few days there are a lot of great Chinese and international brands we can look forward to seeing. Of course it is the Chinese tech that we are more concerned about and here are the top Chinese phones we expect to see at MWC.
Could it be possible that Google are looking to work with a Chinese phone maker to product a new Nexus device? Sounds logical to us, and even insiders are acknowledging rumours of such a partnership.
The eye-pleasing ZTE Blade S6 is now on pre-order is Malaysia, but is it affordable enough?
ZTE’s all-new Blade S6 is now up for sale for $250. How good a buy is it though?
ZTE have doubled the number of Blade phones in their range from 1 to 2 this week alone with the launch of another affordable Android 5.0 device.
The ZTE Blade S6 will go on sale soon, and is ZTE’s crack at making money with an iPhone 6 clone. For any of you wanting to know what the resulting product looks like you only need to see these leaked photos.
ZTE has made the successor to the Star 1, aka the Star 2 official with the same system-level voice recognition and Snapdragon 801 SoC for $400 in China.
Are you a resident of India, and missed out buying a Xiaomi Mi 3? If yes, ZTE have you covered with the new Grand S II!
International sales of the LTE packed ZTE V5 Max have begun with pricing just shy of $200.
Meizu fans are looking forward to the prospect of seeing the MX4 Pro this week, but ZTE are planning to crash the party with their own Nubia phone launch!
India continues to be a major source of interest to Chinese phone makers, and lucky Indian customers can look forward to 3 great phones form Nubia and Xiaomi soon.
A mystery near bezel less phone has been spotted in spy photos, but what device is it and who makes it?
ZTE launch the amazing $230 ZTE Zmax in New York with large HD display, LTE and Snapdragon 400 processor.