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ZTE Blade D6 debuts with 5-inch screen and quad-core chipset

ZTE Blade D6 debuts with 5-inch screen and quad-core chipset

Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015 is underway in China and ZTE is there rolling out a couple new products. The two new products include the ZTE Blade D6 and the new ZTE SmartHome. The Blade D6 is a new smartphone that packs a 5-inch HD resolution screen in a thin and light body. The smartphone runs Android 5.0 as the operating system.

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ZTE SmartHome revealed as ZigBee-enabled home control device

ZTE SmartHome revealed as ZigBee-enabled home control device

This week at MWC Shanhai 2015, ZTE revealed the ZTE SmartHome, a device they call their "first ever smart home gateway." This device works with wireless protocol, ZigBee, and 4G LTE connectivity for always-connected functionality. This device is set to be the center of your smart home, with an application for smartphones and tablets to control smart home devices of all sorts. In addition to a ZTE-made app for mobile devices, this device can also be controlled via web browser from Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Google Chrome.

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Go West : The march of Chinese Mobile OEMs to the U.S.

Go West : The march of Chinese Mobile OEMs to the U.S.

ZTE made an unexpected, if you haven't been monitoring the rumor mill, announcement yesterday. A new Axon smartphone brand that puts mainstream flagships on notice with its high-end specs and sub-premium price. That is, however, just the tip of the Chinese iceberg. Crowd favorite Xiaomi has made its slow crawl to markets outside China. Huawei made an interesting proposition when it announced the P8 lite smartphone and seems to be a crowd favorite for the next Google Nexus smartphone. The dragon is rising and OEMs should take note. But this journey to the West, just like the novel, is fraught with challenges.

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ZTE Axon brings high-end metal smartphone to the USA

ZTE Axon brings high-end metal smartphone to the USA

Not heavy metal, but a full metal body comes with the ZTE Axon, the newest smartphone from the China-based company. This device is aimed squarely at the United States, being the next big step in the company moving in on the top guns in North America. This device isn't a budget machine, like most of ZTE's efforts in the states thus far. Instead, it's a premium smartphone, coming with a set of of cameras at its back for super-quick focus and high-end video capture.

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ZTE Spro 2 smart projector hits Verizon

ZTE Spro 2 smart projector hits Verizon

Our first glimpse at the ZTE Spro 2 smart projector came at CES 2015 and the first place it landed was AT&T. ZTE has now announced that the projector is available at Verizon, which will make folks that aren't fans of AT&T happy. The projector appears to be exactly the same as the one AT&T offers. The Spro 2 smart projector is the only projector on the market with an integrated 5-inch touchscreen.

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ZTE Axon smartphone coming this summer has dual rear cameras

ZTE Axon smartphone coming this summer has dual rear cameras

If you are in the market for a new smartphone a device is set to land this summer from ZTE that sounds very interesting. The smartphone is called the Axon Phone and not only does the device look good, it has some cool features as well. The coolest of those features is a dual rear camera that allows you to take photos that you can refocus after the fact.

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“Virtually borderless” ZTE nubia Z9 coming to the US in Q3

“Virtually borderless” ZTE nubia Z9 coming to the US in Q3

ZTE is definitely proud of its newest flagship which is why, unlike its usual procedure, it is wasting no time to bring the nubia Z9 to the US. Making a rather bold but perhaps totally appropriate statement with a large ad at New York's Time Square, which ZTE claims to be the world's fashion capital, the ZTE nubia Z9 boasts not of not just an intriguing and stylish "virtually borderless" design, but also an intriguing new way to use your smartphone, utilizing the edges of the device to launch commonly used apps or actions.

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ZTE Nubia Z9 has some interesting “invisible” bezels

ZTE Nubia Z9 has some interesting “invisible” bezels

It seems that there will be a new trend, at least among Chinese OEMs at first. Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge seems to have sparked a new idea about how to deal with bezels. OPPO's upcoming R7 is already known for "faking" its bezel-less looks, almost a literal smoke and mirrors, particularly the mirror part. ZTE seems to have somewhat followed suit, but it is taking it an interesting step further. The ZTE Nubia Z9 actually does have a bit of border, though you can't almost see them, but those borders can be used to do things as well.

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ZTE Spro 2 Android smart projector arrives in US at AT&T

ZTE Spro 2 Android smart projector arrives in US at AT&T

During CES 2015, ZTE introduced a smart projector running Android called the Spro 2, and it is now arriving to buyers in the United States via AT&T. The device is a 2-in-1 projector that includes hotspot features and the ability to connect to a WiFi network, as well as an Android touchscreen built into the device. There are HDMI ports, as well, for connecting devices, but it can be used completely independently of a laptop or such by accessing content through the Android interface and streaming it over Wi-Fi or a 4G LTE network.

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ZTE Blade S6 Plus rocks 5.5-inch screen

ZTE Blade S6 Plus rocks 5.5-inch screen

ZTE has announced the launch of its latest smartphone called the Blade S6 Plus. This smartphone is a phablet with a big 5.5-inch screen and it runs the Android operating system. Right out of the box the device runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and the OS is overlaid with the MiFavor 3.0 user interface.

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ZTE Blade S6 4G LTE rocks Snapdragon 615 and Android 5.0

ZTE Blade S6 4G LTE rocks Snapdragon 615 and Android 5.0

ZTE has rolled out its latest smartphone that it promises offers premium features at a price for the masses. The smartphone is called the Blade S6 4G LTE and it uses a Snapdragon 615 octa-core chipset under the hood. The smartphone also comes out of the box running Android 5.0 Lollipop. The smartphone doesn't run plain Android; it is overlaid with the ZTE MiFavor 3.0 user interface.

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ZTE Grand X Max+ with 4G LTE to hit Cricket on January 9

ZTE Grand X Max+ with 4G LTE to hit Cricket on January 9

Cricket is about to score another ZTE smartphone, this one being the reasonably impressive ZTE Grand X Max+, a selfie-centric smartphone with enough features to satisfy the average user. As its name suggests, this is an improved version of the original ZTE Grand X Max, adding 4G LTE (Cat4) into the mix to meet demanding mobile broadband needs. In addition to the 4G, the new Grand X Max+ will also be bringing a few improvements over the previous version with it when it launches later this month.

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