What was quickly devolving into a dark situation for ZTE may finally have a light at the end of the tunnel.
A quick refresher: In April, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it had leveled a ban on U.S. companies exporting goods to ZTE. A little less than a ... Read More »
It has been a rollercoaster of a year for ZTE, the smartphone manufacturer based out of China. Back in April the United States Department of Commerce banned American companies like Qualcomm from exporting goods to ZTE.
It didn’t take long before ZTE announced it was ceasing main ... Read More »
In April, ZTE was hit with a ban in the United States, effectively blocking the company from receiving imports from companies based out of the United States, including Qualcomm.
ZTE made it known that the ban would “severely impact” its ability to do business. It didn’t take long ... Read More »
ZTE has ceased its main business operations after a U.S. export ban cut ZTE off from several of its primary component suppliers. Though ZTE’s employees are still reporting to work, the company is at a standstill as it seeks ... Read More »
The year 2018 continues to be a tough one for Huawei and ZTE with regard to the U.S. market.
The Pentagon has moved to stop sales of Huawei and ZTE devices at stores on military bases. This affects shops on or near U.S. military bases around the ... Read More »
Huawei may be riding high on the launch of the P20 Pro this year thanks to its impressive three rear cameras, but not every aspect of 2018 is going all that well.
The company is not gaining traction with the wireless market in the United ... Read More »
Huawei had lofty goals for the start of 2018, as far as the smartphone market in the United States was concerned. Unfortunately for the company, those goals didn’t pan out, and now things might be getting even worse.
Huawei’s goals for launching a major presence within the U.S. wireless market came ... Read More »
ZTE has formally responded to the U.S. export ban on its products, saying that the ban “will severely impact the survival and development of ZTE.” The company goes on to say that it has invested “tremendous resources” and has ... Read More »
ZTE may be in talks with Google over its future with Android, but the company’s Chinese sub-brand, Nubia, has introduced a new smartphone that’s all about gaming. The Nubia Red Magic is created with all of the classic design elements you’d expect ... Read More »
China-based ZTE hit a roadblock recently when the United States government blocked American companies from selling their products to ZTE. That’s not good news for ZTE, but it looks like the snowball is turning into an avalanche.
Based on a new report from Reuters, which cites an unnamed source, ZTE may lose its ... Read More »