Earlier today, ZTE launched a brand new budget-friendly smartphone that’s up for grabs exclusively from Boost Mobile for $200 off-contract.
The high-end ZTE Axon was launched last week in the US at an unlocked price of $449. Today however, a new version of the Axon showed up in China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center under the name of ZTE A2015. Read more
This summer, a new push will be made by ZTE in the United States. The Chinese hardware manufacturer previously focused on low-end and mid-range devices in the country but looks to change that with the Axon Pro. ZTE utilized thousands of surveys and focus groups to develop the Axon Pro’s hardware and software from conception to release. The company believes that the new phone is part of a “you-focused revolution.”
ZTE is a Chinese handset manufacturer that you’ve probably been reading about more and more in the news, from its recent launch of its Android-powered Spro 2 mobile hotspot/mobile projector on Verizon to the Axon smartphone that it will produce for US customers. In case you were wondering just how big ZTE is, the Chinese company has just announced it has sold over 46 million smartphones, tablets and smart home products in the first half of 2015. Read more
ZTE’s unique Android-power projector that doubles up as a mobile hotspot too is now available on Verizon. The ZTE Spro 2 is capable of projecting images up to 120 inches in size and connecting up to 10 devices to Verizon’s LTE network, making it quite a catch for those who are constantly travelling for business presentations.
ZTE is launching two new inexpensive phones. The ZTE Maven will be heading to AT&T and the Sonata 2 which is heading to Cricket Wireless. Although everyone likes to hear about the crazy specs of current flagships these two phones are not bad for being budget friendly.
Ever hear of the Axon Phone or the company behind it? Neither have we or anyone else. Invites were sent out on Tuesday for event being held in New York City next month to showcase the mysterious device. It turns out, however, that the Axon Phone will come from a very familiar company as an exclusive device for consumers in the United States.
Smartphone manufacturer ZTE and antivirus company AVG have announced a new partnership that will ship AVG’s AntiVirus Pro software on all new ZTE phones going forward. The antivirus app will offer its full feature set for 60 days, after which users can pay for an annual subscription or continue using the free version of the software. Read more