ZTE plans to bring Hillcrest Labs tech to some of its existing lineups

ZTE_logo_2015Today we received word that ZTE will be incorporating Hillcrest’s motion control to its Axon and Star smartphone lineups. This technology will give the company’s smartphones capabilities that only so many phones have. Hillcrest’s advanced sensor processing, Freespace motion controls and sensor hub will bring loads of new contextual awareness features to ZTE’s future handsets.

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ZTE plans to showcase new Axon flagship smartphone, other devices at IFA 2015


ZTE has announced they plan to showcase products from four product lines at IFA 2015. ZTE’s CEO Adam Zeng says the company hopes to show “our global commitment to product longevity and will see us rollout more products from our four core product lines across markets worldwide.” Headlining the charge will be the ZTE Axon smartphone which will be the company’s new flagship device intended for global markets. Read more

ZTE Axon Pro charges into the United States this summer


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.”

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ZTE sold 26 million smartphones in the first half of 2015


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