Review: ZTE Salute
ZTE's first effort for Verizon Wireless demonstrates that some times it is best to start with the basics before moving on to more advanced devices.
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Nostalgic, "real phone" lovers might find the ZTE Salute appealing, as it recalls simpler times (like, perhaps, 2007), when vertical sliders with basic operating systems and 12-key dial pads were the norm. If you want a simple device that looks decent and functions (mostly) well, the Salute might just earn a smart snap of the right hand to your right brow.
Review: ZTE Warp Sync for Boost Mobile
This Android phone for Boost Mobile covers the basics in a plain, but usable package. Budget shoppers who prefer pre-paid services might enjoy its stick-to-the-basics approach.
Review: ZTE Grand X Max 2 for Cricket Wireless
ZTE is looking to take the title of King Phablet with the Grand X Max 2 for Cricket Wireless. This enormous handset features a 6-inch screen, 3,400mAh battery, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
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?
Review: ZTE Axon 7
ZTE's flagship is an attractive piece of hardware that shows the company's A Game. The Axon 7 is a premium Android smartphone that costs less than some of the competition and yet performs just as well.