When was the last time that a new smartphone launched that didn't look similar to another phone? If you thought the Nexus 6P was unique, think again. ZTE thinks it's a Grand S ripoff. Should they have a beef with Huawei?
Yota, the creator of the infamous dual-screened YotaPhone, has confirmed it will partner with Chinese mobile giant ZTE to manufacture the YotaPhone 3. It is the company's third device with a dual-screen, one side LCD the other side E-Ink.
ZTE has big plans for its flagship Axon range, and a smartwatch may be part of it. We got some hands-on time with a working prototype of the Axon Watch, a wearable destined for China in the near future, that could give us a hint of what’s…
ZTE has announced the Axon smartphone will be sold internationally at the end of September. The The Axon Elite comes with a low price and a high spec, including a combination of voice, fingerprint, and eye scanning security technology.
After weeks without contextual information, ZTE finally shared more details about the Axon Phone during its New York City launch event. Launching on July 27 for the preorder price of $450, the Axon Phone brings 4GB of RAM, a metal…
ZTE has announced the Axon Watch, a smartwatch that doesn't run Android Wear, but instead uses a special version of the OS created by China's Tencent called TOS+. It has also teased the forthcoming availability of an Axon Mini smartphone.
ZTE offers more bang for your buck with the Maven at AT&T and the Sonata 2 at Cricket Wireless. Both smartphones stick to the basics, but have decent enough specs to get the job done. They cost less than $100 and are available now.