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.
Review: ZTE Blade Z Max for MetroPCS
Looking for the biggest possible screen on the least expensive smartphone? The Blade Z Max may be what you seek, thanks to its IMAX-sized display, insane battery, dual cameras, and affordable price point.
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.
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...