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ZTE Appoints the Head of Their NA Division to Lead the Entire Mobile Business

Not many think about ZTE when they think of a smartphone company that is doing well these days, but they have had a good year so far. ZTE is still facing fierce competition from the likes of Huawei and Xiaomi, but profits show they are bouncing back some. The company recently released their financial report...

ZTE Announces the T-Mobile Exclusive ZTE Quartz Smartwatch with Android Wear 2.0

After initial reports of ZTE working on its first ever smartwatch, and then subsequently, having its images leaked, the ZTE Quartz is now finally official as a T-Mobile exclusive in the USA. Not to be confused with the Android 4.3-equipped ZTE Quartz smartphone, the ZTE Quartz connected smartwatch is ZTE's first smartwatch. The ZTE Quartz smartwatch...

ZTE’s Quartz Smartwatch Gets Leaked with its First Ever Pictures

Back in February, we reported that ZTE was reportedly preparing its first ever Android Wear powered smartwatch called the ZTE Quartz. At the time, we didn't know much information apart from the fact that the upcoming watch will run Android Wear 2.0 and will feature 3G UMTS cellular connectivity. Now, thanks to a treasure trove of...

ZTE Debuts the Blade V8 Lite and Blade V8 Mini at MWC 2017

ZTE originally announced the Blade V8 Pro at CES earlier this year and shortly afterwards we started to hear about rumors of the existence of other variants in this series. Along with many other companies in Barcelona for this year's Mobile World Congress event, ZTE was there to show off a couple of new smartphones. One...

ZTE Is Reportedly Working On Its First Ever Android Wear Watch

After Huawei, it looks like one more Chinese smartphone maker is set to enter Android Wear space. The latest report coming out of VentureBeat reveals that ZTE is working on a new Android Wear watch and that it will be called ZTE Quartz. The details regarding the key specifications are not available as of now,...

ZTE Admits Kickstarter isn’t the Place to Sell Project CSX/Hawkeye

Late last year, ZTE decided they wanted to sell a smartphone with ideas which were crowdsourced from the community. This device was given the name Project CSX and with it they wanted the community to decide everything that went into the phone. The main rules when launching this project were it needing to be a mobile...

ZTE Reveals the Specs of their Crowdsourced Hawkeye Smartphone — SD625, 1080p, 3GB RAM

We've talked about ZTE's Project CSX smartphone extensively. The company first announced the idea back in August of last year, and started asking the community what they wanted to see in a smartphone from ZTE. Naturally we wanted the company to release a device with stock Android, but things didn't turn out that way. Instead,...

ZTE Says They’re Releasing an Android Wear Smartwatch in 2017

There's been a number of companies going back and forth with Android Wear lately, and it has had many people worried about the future of the platform... Especially since Google has been very slow to release the highly anticipated Android Wear 2.0 update. This led to people assuming OEMs would be preparing to release a new smartwatch to...

ZTE Wants You to Help Name its Project CSX Winner

At CES 2016, we learned that ZTE planned to crowdsource ideas for an upcoming smartphone release. This was a rather big deal because it's rare for a smartphone OEM to pull their ideas directly from the Android community. The rules were simple, and only required the ideas to be technically possible by 2017 and not be...

ZTE Announces the Axon 7 Enhanced with Force Touch, 6GB RAM and 128GB Storage

Competing very strongly in the affordable flagship category are the OnePlus 3 and the ZTE Axon 7. But the matchup here seems to be changing, with OnePlus discontinuing sales of the OnePlus 3 and producing the OnePlus 3T instead. ZTE has decided that they too should shake things up a little.  And so we meet the...

ZTE Invites User Opinions on Why They Use Stock Android

ZTE recently held a unique competition where they invited ideas for a phone that would then be produced commercially. The crowdsourced phone that would be the result of Project CSX saw a lot of unique entries, with the finalists being: Eye Tracking, Self Adhesive Phone: Phone with a self-adhesive back that would allow the phone...

ZTE Makes the Notification Bell Optional in the Latest Axon 7 Update

ZTE released a very impressive smartphone this year that focused on build quality and audio performance while keeping the pricepoint very competitive. Many were wondering if they would be able to afford regular updates on the device and worried that it might only receive an update or two before being forgotten for the next phone...