ZTE to Start Selling Mobile Phones in the US
ZTE USA, a Chinese maker of handsets and networking equipment, is making good on its promises earlier this year by entering the US market in a partnership with MetroPCS. It will provide MetroPCS with co-branded PCS and AWS handsets compatible with MetroPCS's CDMA network beginning in January. ZTE also has committed to supplying Sprint with WiMax-based devices that will work on Sprint's forthcoming WiMax network. ZTE did not provide any specific details about the handsets and devices themselves.
Hands On with the ZTE Z Max Pro for MetroPCS
ZTE showed off the Z Max Pro today, a huge Android handset for MetroPCS. This phablet packs a reasonable set of specs for less than $100, including a 6-inch full HD screen and 13-megapixel camera.
ZTE Avid Plus Offers 5-Inch Screen for $115
ZTE today announced the Avid Plus, an entry-level Android phone for T-Mobile and MetroPCS that will sell for just $115. It sports a 5-inch screen, Cat.
ZTE Blade Z Max Brings 6-Inch Display to MetroPCS for $129
ZTE and MetroPCS today announced the Blade Z Max, a successor to last year's Z Max smartphone. ZTE is making greater use of its Blade branding on value handsets in the U.S., which is why the new phone adds "Blade" to its name.
ZTE to Focus On Fewer Phones for 2015
ZTE has decided to reduce the number of devices it will bring to market during 2015. Rather than flood the market with a range of handsets, ZTE will focus on just a few devices that offer its core experience.
MPCS - ZTE C88
Does have fully USB 2.0 compliant mini-usb charging port/data port so it can even use RAZR chargers.
The main thing that stuck out in the specs was that it has a total message capacity of 1000 messages because of its massive 64mb internal memory. No word on how their disbursed (inbox/mms/outbox/sent/archive?) but it sounds alot better than some of the cheaper phones out there.
Should be priced close to the V3A, hopefully a bit cheaper eventually.
A good midrange choice, though I don't like the angle it opens too, its still a long ways fr...