A new Blade is in town and it’s called the Blade S6. ZTE says this one is targeted for the “young and young at heart.”
It sports a 5-inch 720p (1280 x 720) display, a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, microSD slot for expandable storage, a Sony IMX214 13 MP rear camera, 5 MP front-facing camera, Hi-Fi sound, LTE, 2.400 mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop skinned with MiFavor 3.0. It’s 7.7 mm thick and will be available in silver and matte pink.
In 2015, a new wave of flagship devices are going to arrive. It seems that the Nubia Z9 will be the flagship device for ZTE this year. The handset leaked in November and, today, it has done the same. We see that ZTE is pushing for incredibly thin bezels on the sides; however, the top and bottom bezels are quite large. It is definitely something that ZTE should look into fixing (if this is indeed the Nubia Z9).
The debut for the ZTE Nubia Z9 is likely at MWC 2015 in February.
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After showing off the SPro 2 at CES this year, ZTE has announced that the portable projector and hotspot will be coming exclusively to AT&T’s LTE network later this year. There’s always a chance that they’ll eventually release a WiFi-only model like they did with the original, but for the time being AT&T is going to be your only option.
The SPro 2 can connect up to 10 different devices to its wireless hotspot and can stream media from Google Play or several other connectivity options. The projector will blast a 720p image up to 120 inches, and it’s a fairly small, compact device, so it’s easy to carry around.
Last year at CES 2014, ZTE announced the ZTE Spro, a small, smart projector that was a unique device at the time. To build upon the foundation that was laid with the Spro, ZTE announced today at CES 2015 the successor device, the ZTE Spro 2. The latest device adds features like auto focus and auto keystone to mobile hotspot and media streaming capabilities.
Cricket Wireless is partnering with ZTE to offer an exclusive handset to its customers. The Grand X Max+ will be available on January 9 for $199 without a contract. Alongside the low cost of the handset are low monthly payments. The carrier has plans starting at $35 per month. This makes the entire package obtainable for entry-level users.
Despite the low off-contract cost, the Grand X Max+ has decent specifications. The 6-inch display is not Full HD as the resolution is 1280×720. ZTE delivers, though, with a 13MP camera on the rear of the handset and a 5MP camera facing the user. Everything is controlled by a Qualcomm-made Snapdragon 400 processor with 3200mAh battery providing the power. Android 4.4 KitKat is included, sitting behind custom software designed by ZTE.
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ZTE has announced their ZTE Imperial II smartphone will be coming to U.S. Cellular. The Imperial II is aimed at budget-focused buyers and will be available for $0 down with a two-year contract. However, avoiding being locked in to a two-year contract is not an expensive proposition as the Imperial II will only run $100 off contract.
The Imperial II is the successor to ZTE’s Imperial, but with a larger 5-inch screen. The device comes equipped with a Snapdragon quad-core processor running at 1.2 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory, a 5 MP rear-facing camera, a 2,300 mAh battery, support for 4G LTE and runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
You can read the full press release after the break.
ZTE announced a portable projector/hotspot/battery charger mismash of a device at CES last year that Sprint did end up carrying in 2014. This year, it looks like they’ll be offering a new version of the device that has all of the same hardware and features, just without the 4G LTE connectivity.
The ZTE SPRO still runs Android 4.2 with a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor inside to power the 4-inch display, and it still holds an extra battery for juicing up your devices while projecting media on a 10 ft x 10 ft area. The little device will cost you $399, which seems pretty hefty considering just how weird this thing is, but if you want to purchase one without cellular capabilities, at least now you’ll have the option to do so.
ZTE has just unveiled a new logo in its bid to forge a new corporate identity and make further inroads in the M-ICT (Media Information Communications Technology) sector. The announcement comes just as we wait to welcome 2015, so the company couldn’t have picked a better time for something like this.
ZTE’s recently announced Star 2 s the successor to its Star 1 from the beginning of the year. As far as successors go, this is one sequel worth watching.
Chinese manufacturer ZTE is quite active in its home region, although it barely makes noise elsewhere. And now, we’re getting a glimpse of the company’s latest offering, bearing a flagship level hardware. Known as the Star 2, the smartphone could remain an exclusive to the region, at least initially.