ZTE has a master plan to shake up the mobile industry with a daring new crowdsourced competition called Project CSX. Anyone can submit ideas for the next great mobile product to ZTE, and the company will make it.
ZTE wants to include you in the creation of its next big project. The company had a total of 400 ideas for new products sent in, and now it's time to vote on a device that will eventually be shown off at CES 2017.
ZTE took the wraps off the latest handset in its budget-friendly Warp series: the Warp 7. The $100 handset, which features roaming compatibility with networks in Mexico, is bound for Boost Mobile on September 5.
The ZTE Axon 7 may be cheaper than other smartphones on the market, but it could still benefit from a case just as well as the rest. Thankfully, we've found a decent selection of cases that'll fit and protect your device at all times.
We pick our favorite budget smartphones that will work on AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and other major carriers in the United States. These phones may be cheap, but many of them still offer plenty of features, processing power, and…
ZTE's ZMax Pro is a real bargain at $100. It sports a 6-inch 1080p display, octa-core processor, and 3,400 mAh battery. Here's everything you need to know about the budget phone, which is bound for MetroPCS.
ZTE has no intention of leaving the burgeoning world of mobile VR to Samsung, LG, or Huawei, and because the new Axon 7 will be one of the first Android Daydream compatible smartphones, it has a mobile VR headset all of its own.