Review: ZTE C88
The C88 is the first from Chinese manufacturer ZTE to enter the U.S. market. ZTE has grand plans, and hopes to eventually be one of the top-five phone makers in the world. See how the C88 marks its entry here and sets the tone for what lies ahead.
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The C88 is one of the first handsets from Chinese manufacturer ZTE to become available in the U.S. That being the case, we decided to really give it a run for its money. How does it compare to similar models from Samsung, LG and other manufacturers? If simple and elegant flip phones are your thing, the C88 should be on your short list. It may be a little plain in styling, but there's something to be said for understated looks these days. None of the C88's features will shock you into awe, but they serve their purpose well.
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