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ZTE Grand S Flex and Blade G images and specs surface

ZTE Grand S Flex and Blade G images and specs surface

In December, word surfaced that ZTE would be showing off the Grand S, which was being hailed as the world's thinnest phablet, at CES 2013. Such was the case, and we got our hands on the giant smartphone back in January. Since hitting shelves, some feedback of the smartphone has been of the critical variety, with some consumers taking issue with the small non-removable battery. Such complaints have been addressed with the Grand S Flex.

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EU intends to launch an investigation against Huawei and ZTE

EU intends to launch an investigation against Huawei and ZTE

The European Union has set its sights on its next target, or should we say targets. It has placed both Huawei and ZTE in its crosshairs and plans on launching an investigation against the companies due to suspicions over unfair subsidies as well as national security issues. Normally, the EU would launch investigations based on complaints from companies, however, this time around, the EU is taking matters into its own hands.

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ZTE GEEK marks first appearance of Intel’s Z2580 SoC

ZTE GEEK marks first appearance of Intel’s Z2580 SoC

This week at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing, China, the very first appearance of Intel’s new 32nm Atom processor Z2580 has been unleashed in the comically named ZTE GEEK. While the geek name might not hold the same meaning for everyone around the world, the name alone makes us here at SlashGear want to own it - it's wild! This machine works with a massive 5-inch HD display with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean under the hood.

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ZTE wins in court against Huawei

ZTE wins in court against Huawei

Smartphone makers ZTE Corporation and Huawei Technologies have been embroiled in a patent lawsuit in France. Huawei had filed a lawsuit against ZTE alleging infringement on patents having to do with data cards. The case is being heard in Paris District Court and the decision was handed down on March 28.

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Provision restricts US government Chinese purchases due to espionage worries

Provision restricts US government Chinese purchases due to espionage worries

Late last year, there was quite a bit of hoopla over whether the Chinese government was using devices from Chinese manufacturers such as ZTE and Huawei to spy on other nations. The manufacturers denied the claims, but it set off a firestorm of debate, and Canada moved to ban the devices. Now the US has slipped a review process into law to help safeguard against such attacks.

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