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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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ZTE Tania Preview

ZTE Tania Preview

ZTE isn't a name most smartphone shoppers would recognize, but the company has ambitions to change all that with the ZTE Tania. A 4.3-inch Windows Phone 7 device, the Tania aims to deliver not only all that Microsoft OS goodness you've come to love, but at a price that significantly undercuts rivals. The unit we've been using since last week is final hardware but non-final software, hence this being a preview and not a full review, but it's still enough to get an early take on what ZTE hopes will be a smartphone game-changer in more ways than one.

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Three WiFi Hub ZTE MF10 Review

Three WiFi Hub ZTE MF10 Review

With mobile data speeds matching - and in some case exceeding - traditional wired broadband connections, it's no surprise that data sticks have taken off in the past few years. Until now, the two most common options are a USB dongle, for getting a single device online, or a mobile hotspot, sharing a 3G/4G connection with a number of WiFi-tethered clients. Now UK carrier Three has launched the Three WiFi Hub (aka ZTE MF10), a compact, semi-portable way to share a USB modem's connection with multiple wireless and wired devices. Must-have addition to your gear bag or just a glossy paperweight; the full SlashGear review waits beyond the cut.

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ZTE plans high-end smartphones for the US in 2012

ZTE plans high-end smartphones for the US in 2012

Chinese phone maker ZTE has expressed its plans to introduce high-end smartphones for the US market sometime in mid-2012. The company has been more well known for its low-end devices such as those offered contract-free through Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless, and MetroPCS as well as from major carriers such as AT&T.

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ZTE T98 tablet packs in Tegra 3 and Android

ZTE T98 tablet packs in Tegra 3 and Android

An interesting little tablet has turned up in China and it has some very nice specifications under the hood. In fact, this little tablet is the first one we have spied that packs Tegra 3 under the hood. As you can see in the photos the screen is glossy and prone to glare and gathering fingerprints. Other than the Tegra 3 chipset inside, the tablet also has a portable design.

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ZTE Smart Tab 7 Android tablet visits the FCC

ZTE Smart Tab 7 Android tablet visits the FCC

It looks like there may soon be another contender in the 7-inch tablet market here in the states. The ZTE Smart Tab 7 Android tablet has just passed through the FCC, signaling an imminent launch. However, it was first unveiled during IFA 2011 as a slate branded for Vodafone, so it's not clear whether it would also be distributed here rebranded under a major carrier.

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Amazon, Samsung, HTC… who’ll be webOS’ new suitor?

Amazon, Samsung, HTC… who’ll be webOS’ new suitor?

HP's decision to amputate its webOS hardware line and attempt to tourniquet the cash gush has left the platform's future in the air. The TouchPad and Pre lines may be dead in the water, but HP has made it clear that the company is "not walking away from webOS" but instead, according to developer relations VP for the platform Richard Kerris, intends to "explore the best hardware partner for it." Who, though, might be in the market for a plucky platform yet to find a manufacturer who can match it with appealing hardware? With the mobile segment in its current flux, there are some big names out there who could well be interested.

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