ZTE Agrees to Add Nuance Tech to Its Phones
ZTE and Nuance today announced that ZTE will adopt Nuance's voice-based communication tools in its lineup of Android smartphones. This includes integration with a new Car Mode application developed by ZTE so drivers can interact with their phones using voice commands rather than physically touching their device. The Car Mode app can also put the device into a "do not disturb" mode, which temporarily blocks incoming calls and messages when the phone is in a moving vehicle. ZTE will deliver Nuance's voice technology in Android devices later this year.
Review: ZTE Grand X 3 for Cricket Wireless
ZTE's latest arrival is the Grand X 3, an inexpensive Android phablet for Cricket Wireless. Some smart design and material choices help the Grand X 3 look and feel like a much more costly device than it really is.
Review: ZTE Axon Pro
ZTE is looking to tempt would-be flagship buyers with the Axon Pro, an unlocked, premium Android smartphone with good looks and killer specs. Did ZTE manage to dial in the right combination of features and performance?
ZTE's Project CSX Picks Eyeball-Controlled, Sticky Phone
ZTE today announced that the winning entry of its Project CSX crowd-sourced competition is an eye-controlled smartphone. Owners of the device, which will be built by ZTE over the course of the next year, will be able to control the handset by moving their eyes around.
ZTE Brings Warp Elite to Boost Mobile
ZTE today announced the Warp Elite, a big-screened Android handset for Boost Mobile. ZTE calls the Warp Elite an update to the Warp Sync, which is also sold by Boost Mobile.