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ZTE gets temp export license following Iran violations

ZTE gets temp export license following Iran violations

Earlier this month, news surfaced that Chinese smartphone maker ZTE could be hot water with the US government over the alleged violation of sanctions against Iran back in 2012. Soon after, the government hit ZTE with severe export restrictions, something the company is getting a three-month reprieve from starting this month. If ZTE proves cooperative, the deal may be extended.

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ZTE faces US export restrictions for violating Iran ban

ZTE faces US export restrictions for violating Iran ban

Chinese smartphone OEMs already have a hard time breaking into the US market, but ZTE might soon find itself in more trouble than just smartphone sales in the US. According to some documents allegedly seen by Reuters, the US Commerce Department is about to impose some rather heavy restrictions on the company that will basically make it almost impossible for ZTE to get supplies from US companies. This export restriction will be a sanction against ZTE for allegedly violating the export control on shipping US technologies to Iran in 2012.

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Hands-on with ZTE’s Spro Plus, a tablet that’s also a projector

Hands-on with ZTE’s Spro Plus, a tablet that’s also a projector

If you thought the days of squeezing a projector into a relatively unexpected place were over, think again. ZTE has brought its latest tablet to MWC 2016, the Spro Plus, and inside its tubby little chassis lurks a straightforward way to inflict PowerPoint presentations and home movies on the innocent.

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ZTE curiously silent on new Blade V7 smartphone at MWC 2016

ZTE curiously silent on new Blade V7 smartphone at MWC 2016

MWC 2016 is usually an opportune time to put out your latest mobile related wares to take advantage of the synergy of energy, not to mention media attention, congregating in one single place. So it's a bit puzzling that ZTE is so far publicly silent about a new smartphone it has prepared. Especially considering it already unveiled a new projector earlier anyway. The landing page and details for a Blade V7 is apparently already available for public eyes. All that's left is for ZTE to actually make it official and make its availability known.

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ZTE Spro Plus is a laser projector turned full-fledged tablet

ZTE Spro Plus is a laser projector turned full-fledged tablet

ZTE may not be a household name at this point, but its line of Spro smart projectors have been well-received, with their dual functionality as a mobile hotspot and projector, all in a compact size. Their latest model, the Spro Plus, continues to be an Android-powered, feature-loaded projector, but it's been transformed into a fully functional tablet with a 8.4-inch touchscreen display.

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ZTE Grand X 3 rocks 5.5-inch screen and 1.3GHz processor

ZTE Grand X 3 rocks 5.5-inch screen and 1.3GHz processor

ZTE has announced the launch of a new smartphone for pre-paid shoppers called the Grand X 3. This new smartphone is intended to be a premium smartphone for shoppers on a budget. The Grand X 3 will be offered on the Cricket Wireless network for $129.99. The smartphone has a 5.5-inch HD resolution screen.

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ZTE Avid Plus lands on T-Mobile, soon on MetroPCS

ZTE Avid Plus lands on T-Mobile, soon on MetroPCS

With the big smartphone OEMs are relatively silent at CES 2016, the opportunity for Chinese brands to take center stage is huge. Huawei already unleashed a flood of announcements of devices, both new and slightly new with a fresh coat of paint. Now it's ZTE's turn to get the spotlight but it isn't doing it alone. It has partnered with Un-carrier T-Mobile to announce the arrival of the entry level ZTE Avid Plus in the US market.

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ZTE Axon Max packs 6-inch Super AMOLED and Global VIP Passport

ZTE Axon Max packs 6-inch Super AMOLED and Global VIP Passport

ZTE has announced the launch of its latest Axon flagship device called the Axon Max. The Axon Max is also the final model in the Axon flagship series of devices. Along with the launch of the Axon Max also comes a new Global VIP passport service. The smartphone has a 6-inch 2.5D Super AMOLED screen with slim bezels.

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ZTE Blade A1: mid-range smartphone with a fingerprint sensor

ZTE Blade A1: mid-range smartphone with a fingerprint sensor

Fingerprint sensors might soon be as common as the GPS in your smartphone or maybe even more common than NFC. You can tell by how many new models are coming out with the sensor these days. And it's not just the high end either. ZTE revealed something surprising when it announced the new Blade A1 in China. What is, for all intents and purposes, a low to mid tier smartphone is made special by having a fingerprint scanner, making it the first budget smarrtphone to have that feature.

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ZTE Nubia Z11 to arrive in US alongside China launch

ZTE Nubia Z11 to arrive in US alongside China launch

Chinese company ZTE enjoys healthy success both in China and the United States, and as such a new report isn't much of a surprise: ZTE plans to launch its upcoming Nubia Z11 smartphone in both China and the U.S. at the same time, something spurred in part by the widespread success of ZTE’s Z9 handset, which has sold more than half a billion units across the globe.

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ZTE launches two Axon variants to match your budget

ZTE launches two Axon variants to match your budget

Last July, ZTE surprised the mobile world when it unveiled the very high-end Axon smartphone, the first such premium device it launched in the US. But not everyone might have been able to stomach the price tag, especially considering ZTE sells its smartphones unlocked and in full price, without carrier subsidies. Responding to customer request, or so it says, ZTE is launching a slightly toned down ZTE Axon. But for those who can afford it, it is offering an even more expensive Axon Pro with 64 GB of storage.

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ZTE rolls out device leasing in U.S.

ZTE rolls out device leasing in U.S.

Are you pining for a particular ZTE phone but don't have the funds? The company feels your pain, and has introduced a new leasing program that will let customers pay for it over time -- make all the payments, and then it's yours forever. The program is being launched in the United States, and appears to be an effort to compete with the monthly payment plans that several carriers have introduced.

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