Yesterday, ZTE announced the Spro 2 smart projector and mentioned that it was working with US carriers to sell the device. Today, AT&T has announced that it will be the exclusive carrier to sell the Spro 2 smart projector. In addition to being a projector and ... Read More »
Last year, ZTE introduced us to the Spro smart projector that eventually came to the states as the LivePro on Sprint. At CES 2015, ZTE has just announced the second generation Spro, aptly named the Spro 2. The Spro 2 is an Android-powered smart projector and mobile hotspot. It can connect to WiFI and 4G ... Read More »
If you’re a phablet lover and are either already on Cricket or in the hunt for a new carrier, you may want to turn your attention to ZTE’s newest offering.
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Just days after debuting a fresh new logo, ZTE has announced a couple of new Android-powered products.
ZTE Corporation’s new logo is brighter and more rounded than its old one, which ZTE says reflects its new “Cool-Green-Open” philosophy. This’ll lead ZTE to be ... Read More »
Looks like the ZMAX isn’t the only phablet that ZTE’s got up its sleeve.
ZTE today announced the Grand X Max, a new phablet for Cricket Wireless. The ZTE Grand X Max is even larger than its ZMAX sibling, touting a 6-inch display with a resolution of 1280×720. Yeah, it’s ... Read More »
Phablets are all the rage in the smartphone world as of late. Heck, even Apple has finally jumped on the bandwagon. Today ZTE unveiled its latest phablet effort, a device known as the ZMAX that’s headed to T-Mobile in the US.
The ZTE ZMAX will launch on September ... Read More »
ZTE just announced it’s bringing its nubia 5S mini LTE phone to the US. We first learned about this phone at CES in January of this year and haven’t seen it since. When I first saw the spec list for the nubia 5S mini, I immediately thought ... Read More »
There’s no denying the existence of a market in which people simply don’t care about what kind of custom software features their phone has. All they care about is the fact that it’s cheap and can run apps. A company making phones for that market would be truly smart if they focused solely on hardware and ... Read More »
Yep. You read that right. ZTE and Sprint are joining forces to bring the world its first mini projector/mobile hotspot. Evleaks leaked this interesting device last week and now it’s official. Complete with an overly dramatic press release, ZTE is really coming out with the Swiss Army Knife of mobile hotspots. Here’s what the Sprint ... Read More »