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Testing Fortnite Mobile on Android’s performance: Can your device handle Fortnite?

Just as Epic Games promised would happen, the free-to-play battle royale game 'Fortnite' finally became available last week. For the first 3 days of its release, the game was limited the Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Tab S3, and Galaxy Tab S4. We expected a much longer...

Cancelled Samsung Galaxy foldable phone prototype resembling the ZTE Axon M appears online

We've seen a few reports about the Samsung Galaxy foldable phone that is said to be in production this year. It was rumored to be under the Note branding. A few months after the initial reports, we're getting some new intel about the device. Just a couple of days ago, we learned that it could cost nearly...

ZTE may lose its Android software license

The situation is moving from bad to worse for ZTE. On Monday, the US Commerce Department banned American companies from selling parts and software to ZTE for seven years. This was said to be sparked by ZTE's violation of an agreement that was reached after it was "caught illegally selling US goods to Iran." ZTE...

ZTE can no longer use Qualcomm chips in smartphones, threatening the Axon 9’s existence

A few years ago, ZTE was accused of dodging United States sanctions placed on Iran by selling U.S. technology through ZTE phones in the country. Faced with nearly a billion dollars in fines, the company paid and agreed to fire 4 senior employees and discipline 35 others. Despite agreeing to do so, the Shenzhen based...

ZTE Axon M: Laying the groundwork for a foldable phone future

When ZTE released the Axon M in late 2017, a smartphone with two identical displays and a hinge that folds shut like an inverse notebook, tech pundits dismissed it as gimmicky and uncompetitive. It isn’t the first dual-screen smartphone with a foldable form factor—the Kyocera Echo, Sony Tablet P, and the NEC Medias, the Axon...

OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T receive update to play Netflix & Amazon Prime Video HD, but there’s a catch

Back in December, there was a bit of an uproar when some users on the OnePlus forums reported that the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T were unable to play videos from Netflix or Amazon Prime Video in high definition. This is an issue that affects more than just the two latest OnePlus flagships, however, as...

ZTE Axon M Launches in China, Available Soon in Europe

It was back in September 2017 when ZTE's dual-screen smartphone leaked for the first time. It was initially rumored to be called the ZTE Axon Multy, but the name was shortened to "Axon M" a month later when the company officially unveiled the phone to the world. It's gotten mixed reviews, but in our hands-on review, we found...

ZTE will continue to experiment with foldable smartphones after the Axon M

Foldable devices were one of the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show's biggest themes. Samsung reportedly showcased its foldable smartphone to a select group of VIPs behind closed doors, and LG unveiled a foldable TV. But ZTE was one of the foldable electronics arena's early players last year with the ZTE Axon M, and company executives told journalists...

The ZTE Axon M Will be Available for Purchase from AT&T Starting November 1st

The announcement of the ZTE Axon M phone, has taken many people by surprise despite its frequent leaks and rumors. Instead of going for a conventional smartphone with top-of-the-line specs, as everyone is currently doing, ZTE is instead going for a more "experimental" approach with their 2017 Axon flagship. That's why the Axon M, in...

Hands-on with the ZTE Axon M – A Compelling Modern Dual Screen Smartphone

In 2017, smartphone companies have had to implement all sorts of gimmicks to differentiate their products. There's the HTC U11 with its squeeze gimmick, the LG V30 with its floating bar gimmick, and the Huawei Mate 10 Lite with quad cameras just to name a few. Some of you may disagree with me labeling these features...

ZTE Axon M is Official: 6.75″ Dual Screen Foldable Smartphone!

Amidst a sea of increasingly bezel-less smartphones, ZTE is looking to differentiate itself from its competitors. The company's flagship smartphone of 2017 may not pack the top-tier hardware specifications we're seeing in the latest flagships from Samsung, OnePlus, or Google but it has one particular hardware feature to make up for it—a second screen. Indeed, ZTE...