ZTE In Talks to Supply Android Handset to U.S. Operators
Dale Ying, ZTE's managing director of handset business marketing, said in an interview with Dow Jones Newswires that the company is planning to bring an Android-based handset to the U.S. market in 2010. Ying says that ZTE is in active discussions with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. ZTE is also currently testing devices with those same carriers, including both phones and modems. Ying said, "We hope to sell our smartphone to these operators next year. We see big potential in the smartphone market. We are targeting to ship more smartphones in the coming few years which will help to improve our gross margin."
Hands On with the ZTE Axon Phone
ZTE debuted the Axon phone today, a flagship smartphone specifically for the U.S. market.
Review: ZTE Blade X MAX for Cricket Wireless
ZTE's latest Android handset for Cricket Wireless is the monstrous Blade X Max. This beast of a smartphone offers a whopping 6-inch screen, all-day battery life, and a compelling software experience.
Review: ZTE Warp 7 for Boost Mobile
ZTE's low-cost Warp 7 finds itself amongst some fierce competition in the middle of Boost Mobile's lineup of Android smartphone. This big-screened handset has conservative styling, but scores well on core functions such as call quality and battery life.
ZTE Says Gigabit Phone On Deck for MWC
ZTE today said it plans to introduce a smartphone at the Mobile World Congress trade show later this month that will be capable of 1 Gbps download speeds. The phone is, fittingly, called the ZTE Gigabit Phone.
ZTE Puts Project CSX 'Hawkeye' On Kickstarter
ZTE's crowd-sourced Hawkeye Android smartphone is now available for preorder via Kickstarter. ZTE picked the Hawkeye name for its Project CSX device from more than 500 submissions after spending the last year fielding and voting for thousands of ideas submitted by people around the globe.