When you think about a super inexpensive phone, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Most folks would probably answer bulky, unattractive design, cheap materials, very modest hardware and poor performance. While this image is true for many ultra affordable devices, some manufacturers manage to include respectable components in their handsets and still sell the phones at budget-friendly prices. When it comes to decently spec’ed yet inexpensive devices, China is indisputable leader. Take for example ZTE. The company just introduced the Blade A2, a $100 phone featuring fingerprint sensor and metal body.
Released last year the ZTE Axon Pro came as a big surprise to all of us. Although a smartphone combining high-end technology with a competitive price tag wasn’t a new idea, it was the very first ZTE premium smartphone that targeted the States. Today the China-based company unveiled the next phone in its premium line. Dubbed ZTE Axon 7 the device features high-performance, attractive design and an competitive price tag.
ZTE and Cricket launched a $199 phablet that packs 6-inch FHD screen, octa-core processor and huge battery
When phablets first appeared on the market, some skeptics predicted that they would have a short-lived carrier. It didn’t happen, though. On the contrary, customers fell in love with large-screen phones so displays kept growing in size and today you might have a hard time finding a handset which measures below 5 inches. It proves that huge screens are what users want so in order to make their customers happy, ZTE and Cricket launched a $199.99 phablet that packs a 6-inch FHD screen, octa-core processor and huge battery.
Since Samsung and LG have already unveiled the latest updates to their flagship lines, now the time has come for less known mobile makers to present their latest offering. Taking their chances ZTE steals the show on the first day of the MWC 2016 expo and releases two new phones. Dubbed Blade V7 and Blade V7 Lite the handsets debut as a mix of stylish full metal body design, decent hardware and an affordable under $300 price tag.
On Friday Cricket Wireless announced the full featured ZTE Grand X3 to join their list of offerings. The phone debuts equipped with a 5-inch screen, quad-core processor and a pretty massive battery. Labeled with an extremely affordable price tag the phone comes as an offer for all those budget-conscious customers who demand more for their dollars.
This year’s CES is a really busy time for Chinese mobile manufacturers. Since premium players like Apple and Samsung aren’t particularly interested in the event, less popular brands in the US got an occasion to steal the limelight and be noticed on the market. Yesterday, ZTE in partnership with T-Mobile announced to launch a special entry-level smartphone dedicated the Magenta network enthusiasts. Called ZTE Avid Plus, the handset is scheduled to become available via T-Mobile as soon as on January 20 and later on via Metro PCS.
Introduced earlier this year to help ZTE mark its position in the high-end sector of mobile market, the Axon line has just received a new huge member. Offering a combination of premium look and budget-friendly price the Axon Max, as the name suggests, is definitely an option proper for all those of you who opt for a good looking device with a huge display at firm price. Sporting a 6-inch screen panel the phablet will be available anytime soon labeled with a sub-$500 price tag.
It wasn’t so long ago that a fingerprint scanner could be found only in a handful of the most high-end and consequently expensive phones. As a result, very few users could enjoy this option. Today basically all flagship devices are equipped with a fingerprint scanner and it’s slowly making its way to lower tiers of the market becoming available to a much wider audience. The cheapest phone featuring fingerprint sensor was just launched in China by ZTE and it’s priced under $100.
Many people believe that the price of a phone is what determines its quality. Of course, there is some truth in it, because the better the components, the more they cost. However, long gone are the times when a cheap phone equaled disappointing performance. More and more devices offer quite good experience at a budget-friendly price. One example is the 5-inch ZTE Prestige which just made its way to Boost Mobile with a very compelling price and decent set of specs.
ZTE introduced a new variant of its Axon series – the ZTE Axon Elite smartphone packed with advanced biometric security tech
Targeting primary at the States market, the ZTE Axon line has just gotten another member. Taking advantage of IFA 2015 show the Chinese manufacturer has just introduced the ZTE Axon Elite that will soon hit global market. Being a real good looker the phone adds three new biometric security features to the already nicely-specced smartphone.
If you are in the market for a decent yet affordable smartphone and don’t want to get stuck with contract for two years, you might want to check out Boost Mobile offer. The carrier together with Chinese manufacturer ZTE announced the availability of the latest addition to the Warp series called Warp Elite which brings notable upgrades over the Warp Sync to the table. The phone is now on sale via Boost Mobile and can be had for just $179.99 off-contact.
High-end phones are cool to have but they come with one major problem – they are expensive. Moreover, they are packed to the fullest with sophisticated features many of us will never use, but still have to pay for. If you are looking for a more down-to-earth smartphone experience at a price that won’t make you cry, you may want to check out T-Mobile’s offer. The Magenta network has just added a new phone to its portfolio – it’s called ZTE Obsidian 4G LTE and is now on sale via carrier’s store.
Remember the ZTE Axon Pro? Introduced in July, the phone is now on sale in the States. Labeled with a price tag of $450 this high-end phone is available SIM lock free and without contract via various online retailers, including Amazon, Newegg and eBay. Its buyers may pick among three color options: silver, gold and blue. If you’re looking for a phone with killer specs and a respectable pricing, the ZTE’s newest flagship smartphone should be on your radar.
Last week ZTE, a China-based mobile manufacturer, started accepting pre-orders on the Axon phone, a high-end Android smartphone targeting at the States. Now, the Axon line is getting another member, the Axon Watch. Looking like a traditional watch the new wearable features sapphire coating and IP67 certification for safe water immersion.
If you want to get yourself a decent Android phablet without harming your holiday budget, Boost Mobile has just prepared an offer you may be interested in. Released this week by ZTE, the Boost Max+ smartphone features a massive 5.7-inch screen powered by a huge battery. Yesterday the handset hit Boost Mobile online store with an attractive low price of $199.99 without contract.
You might have already heard that a new ZTE phone called Axon is on its way to the stores in the US. The handset was unveiled yesterday but it appears that it’s not the only device that ZTE will be launching soon. Earlier today at Mobile World Congress Shanghai, the Chinese company officially announced another smartphone, this one going by the name ZTE Blade D6.
ZTE Axon is coming to the US with super-quick focus camera, high-end video camcorder and Hi-Fi audio recorder
Making another big step in conquering hearts of the North America customers, yesterday during the NYC press conference, ZTE introduced a new premium-class smartphone targeting at the States. Called the ZTE Axon the handset offers its future users cameras for super-quick focus, high-end video capture and Hi-Fi audio recording. Already available for pre-order this unlocked contract-free phone is scheduled to be shipped on July 27th.
Chinese manufacturer ZTE is the 4th manufacturer in the US, following in the footsteps of such big names as Apple, Samsung and LG. When it comes to phones destined for prepaid market, however, the company is doing even better occupying the third place. Speaking of prepaid phones, ZTE’s portfolio just got enriched with two new Android devices. Earlier today the company announced the ZTE Maven for AT&T GoPhone and ZTE Sonata 2 for Cricket.
It’s official, one of the most desirable bezel-less high-end smartphones, the ZTE Nubia Z9, will soon hit the US shore. The phone has been announced to become available in the US market in the third quarter of 2015 with price starting from $564 for a SIM-lock free model without any long term contract. All potential buyers will be able to choose the device among three different variants: Classic, Elite and Exclusive.
Cricket and ZTE launches Android smartphone that costs only $50 without contract, free after mail-in rebate
High-end phones are cool but fancy features and cutting-edge technological solutions are pricy. If you are looking for an affordable phone with decent specs, you may want to check out the latest addition to Cricket’s portfolio. The carrier together with Chinese company ZTE launched an Android smartphone that costs only $50 without contract, and can be yours free after $50 mail-in rebate. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the ZTE Overture 2.