ZTE introduced us to the ZTE Axon Max towards the end of last year, and it appears a follow-up is in the works. The ZTE Axon Max 2 has been spotted ahead of a formal announcement, and we’re here to bring you the scoop on its specifications.
TENAA gets dozens of handsets passing through its gates each week, and some tend to fly under the radar like the ZTE BV0730. The smartphone recently hit the regulatory body in China leaving a trail of specification in its wake.
The hugely popular (in selected markets) Chinese phone manufacturer ZTE just released their latest devices in India, the ZTE Blade V6 and Axon Mini respectively. Both droids were revealed earlier this year at Mobile World Congress but today’s the day when you can put your greedy little hands on them if you’re residing in India, of course.
The latest smartphone in the company’s portfolio i.e. the ZTE Axon 7 is now available on pre-order for $400 (399.98 to be more precise) and it represents the Chinese’s company “swan song” sort to speak, being an attempt to enter the high-end niche.
ZTE’s Axon 7 was received well both critically and commercially and the phone has grabbed a lot of awards in China as well as outside the country. The phone that hit the U.S market came with three non-illuminated capacitive keys that can be configured to the user’s liking. It has been awarded as the Editor’s Choice at Android Authority as well as a few other top sites. Almost all the aspects of the phone were appreciated starting from the SD 820 (obviously) to the camera and the dual stereo speakers on the front that provide unmatched quality. What about the new ZTE Axon 7 Mini?
The ZTE Zmax Pro is that kind of device that appears once in a while and makes its competitors to scratch their heads in total panic. I mean, what we’re dealing with here is a smartphone with a 6 inches wide display of full HD resolution, running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 system on chip and with an incredible $99 price tag. And check this out: that’s the price of the ZTE Zmax Pro with no strings attached, contract free, no plan, unlocked etc
It appears as if ZTE has a new handset bound for the states. The ZTE Blade A910 has just shown up at the FCC, which means a U.S. launch is coming in the very near future.
The Chinese company ZTE just unveiled their latest budget droid, the Small Fresh 4, an upgraded version of of the hugely successful previous gen launched last year, the Small Fresh 3.
Looking for a flagship in the states that won’t bust open your piggy bank? Well, you need look no further than the ZTE Axon 7, which has just gone up for pre-order for consumers in the U.S.
We’ve known ZTE was going to announce some new goodies today, and the big, bad smartphone known as the ZTE Nubia Z11 is now official. That means it’s time to take another look at the ZTE Nubia Z11 specifications now that we finally have a release date.