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And as always happens in the Android world, rumors never go wrong. ZTE is willing to make its Apache, which will surely be the successor to the ZTE Grand X, the most powerful smartphone on the market. To do this, the Chinese manufacturer is willing to introduce a 8 core processor manufactured by the Taiwanese company MediaTek, for which it will use a 28 nm TSMC process. The chip, more specifically, is called the ARM15 MT6599. In addition, some more of its specifications are also being known (although not many), among which we find a screen with a resolution of…

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ZTE is taking audio seriously with the Axon 7 and has employed teachers and even opened a new audio lab to get the most out of the new phone. In the early years of Chinese smartphones it was very easy to make a headline device, all that was needed was a big screen, more cores and a half-decent design, but things have been progressing. Across the entire spectrum of Chinese phones we are now seeing brands picking up features that they want their devices to be known for. We’ve seen phone brands carve out niches for themselves with bigger batteries,…

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ZTE’s Axon range has a new flagship phone, and a new Antutu listing has appeared spilling over into flagship phone specs. In Antutu’s screenshot, where the phone scored a solid 140,086 points, the ZTE is called A2017, which we think is Axon’s second-generation flagship phone. With such a high score from Antutu it is not surprising that the phone carries a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and an Adreno 530 GPU, but it is quite impressive that the phone has achieved such a high number of points with a 2K 2560 x 1440 display. Details on the Antutu also reveal that…

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If we had to greatly highlight something in this terminal, with total security we would highlight that we are facing the first smartphone on the market that carries an Intel processor in its gut and also runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Generally speaking, we are facing a mid-range terminal that comes to be the evolution of the previous ZTE Grand X, with good specs and possibly a price that will appeal to a large number of consumers. If a market is surprising us lately when it comes to the manufacture of terminals with Android, that is the Chinese. Companies…

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The Asian manufacturer ZTE has pleasantly surprised us with the presentation of two terminals for the final stretch of 2012. These are the ZTE BLADE III (a low-mid-range terminal) and ZTE GRAND ERA U985 (high-range), which pass to be part of the catalog of this company for its commercialization in the Christmas campaign. ZTE BLADE III According to our friends at Actualidadg, we are dealing with a device that due to its not high specifications is relegated to the lower-middle range segment, but with three strong points in its favor: 4-inch screen, Android 4.0 and a price of so only…

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Continuing with the Chinese squad, this time we are not going to talk about Huawei but about Zhong Xing Telecommunication Equipment Company Limited, better known as ZTE. And is that if anyone thought that a Chinese terminal would never be bought, that idea is increasingly volatile in addition to the number of interesting products that arrive from the Asian continent. If yesterday we showed you the images of the Huawei Ascend D1 Q today it is the turn of three new products that will be presented in a few days where you all already know … Let’s see what it…

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Nowadays we are used to the fact that when an Android device or any other operating system that is located from the mid-high range onwards is presented, it goes on the market at a price equal to or greater than 400 euros. Although Google seems to be interested in breaking with these usual values ​​by launching its Nexus range at a totally groundbreaking price and with cutting-edge specifications, now it is the turn of ZTE, who presented a few hours ago the ZTE U950, a terminal with great hardware at an unprecedented price. It seems that Asian manufacturers want to…

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After a whole year of investigations by the United States, it has been concluded that the two companies mentioned They are a threat to the well-being of the country in terms of security.. And the reasons are of course, merely political as we read in the technology section of El País. The US commission assures that it would be impossible for the two groups to be independent from the Chinese government, and that for that reason the security of the United States would be compromised. According to the report, Huawei and ZTE are unable to guarantee their independence from the…

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Few days ago, ZTE wanted to revolutionize the market a bit announcing that he was going to present one of the most advanced terminals for games in his official twitter account: Finally, the countdown is over and at an event in London the company has presented the ZTE Grand X, a terminal that although it is a leap forward compared to other terminals presented by the house will not bother much less large manufacturers such as HTC and Samsung. features Operating System: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Processor: NVIDIA Tegra 2, Dual Core (AP20 Dual Core 1GHz) Screen: 4.3 inches…

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ZTE is not unknown to Android users, since there are many terminals that it has launched on the market, both models under the name of external companies, as well as those marketed under the name of the operators (white label). These terminals have always been characterized by their own low-end specifications, and at a truly attractive price (especially in the pre-paid mode), which made them an option to take into account for people who are not looking for large features, and they want to introduce themselves into the world of this exciting operating system (another feature known to more than…

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