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ZTE reveals 8 new phones imminent: Android and WP7

ZTE reveals 8 new phones imminent: Android and WP7

ZTE has already shown us three of its LTE-toting smartphones for Mobile World Congress next week; now the company has admitted it has a further five waiting in the wings for the smartphone show too. In addition to the Tegra 3-based ZTE Mimosa X, along with the PF200 and N910, the company has a range of other devices running Android and Windows Phone (ZTE actually says "Windows Mobile" but we're assuming that's a mistake) that it hopes will help propel it into the the top three handset companies by 2015.

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MWC 2012 Smartphone Pre-Show Rundown

MWC 2012 Smartphone Pre-Show Rundown

This week we're getting one major influx of tips, previews, and leaks of information on the smartphone wave that's about to be crashing down upon us at Mobile World Congress 2012, and it's time you got a round-up! Everyone from Fujitsu to HTC and back to Nokia will be bringing some powerful combinations to the show, and with more cores, better resolution displays, and perhaps most exciting of all: much higher class cameras as well. This Spain adventure looks to be the best one yet - let's have at it!

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NVIDIA Icera: Why so special?

NVIDIA Icera: Why so special?

NVIDIA had already stepped up its challenge to mobile processor stalwarts, with the Tegra 3; now, the company is looking to oust its rivals modems from phones and slates. The new Mimosa X - although unusually high-end for ZTE - is interesting for reasons beyond ZTE flexing its product range: it's the first device on which NVIDIA has revealed its Icera modem tech and, vitally, its rising challenge to Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and others in the smartphone and tablet segment.

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ZTE PF200 and N910 LTE phones revealed

ZTE PF200 and N910 LTE phones revealed

ZTE has jumped the Mobile World Congress gun and unveiled two new Android 4.0 smartphones, the  PF200 and N910, each toting LTE and running at up to 1.5GHz. The ZTE PF200 is the company's new flagship, it seems, with a 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen, an 8-megapixel main camera and a 1080p Full HD capable front-facing camera. It also gets NFC and MHL-HDMI output. Going by ZTE's press shot, it looks like the company has reskinned Ice Cream Sandwich, too.

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ZTE Light Tab 2 hands-on

ZTE Light Tab 2 hands-on

Cheap Android tablets have become their own sorry little meme, but ZTE might have a minor gem on its  hands with the new Light Tab 2. The name may be naff but, for the budget price, you're getting a surprising amount for your money: a decent 7-inch display, solid build quality, and integrated quadband 3G/UMTS, among other things. Of course, there are some compromises to be made along the way, too; read on for our first impressions and some video fondling.

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ZTE Optik offers 7-inches of Android for under $100

ZTE Optik offers 7-inches of Android for under $100

$99 for an Android tablet with 3G? The ZTE Optik demands a few compromises - and a two-year agreement - but the price is right: for your money you get 3G, a 7-inch 1280 x 800 multitouch display, Android 3.2 Honeycomb and full access to the Android Market. Inside is a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, paired with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 27, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 27, 2012

As we wrap up the last full work week of January, we saw a big chunk of mobile news today. For example, watch your back if you have an Android device because the Android Market is having its largest malware infection ever. If the iPhone is more your style, but you're stuck on T-Mobile, you might be pleased to know that the magenta-colored carrier plans to start boosting unlocked iPhone support at the end of the month.

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ZTE V9A Light Tab 2 Android tablet revealed

ZTE V9A Light Tab 2 Android tablet revealed

The folks at Clove have revealed a brand new ZTE 7-inch tablet that'll be hitting the market in February, not too many days away, and with it an inexpensive price tag you'll all enjoy. Though this tab won't quite match up with the undeniable value proposition of the upcoming ASUS MeMO, the Light Tab will have 4GB of ROM, 3G connectivity (something the ASUS tablet wont have, at least at first) and a gigantic 3400mAh battery inside. This tablet will also feature Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 1.4GHz processor, and a couple of cameras on the side.

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Microsoft gets about $27 for each Windows Phone ZTE makes

Microsoft gets about $27 for each Windows Phone ZTE makes

If you think about how much it costs a smartphone maker to build a phone we often think of the processor, memory, or the screen being the most expensive parts, or at least I do. The most costly aspect of building a smartphone may in fact be the licensing for the operating system. IntoMobile reports that ZTE is paying Microsoft to the tune of about $27 for each Windows Phone it makes.

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