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Latest News about ZTE Mobile Phones
With the MWC 2019 event looming in the horizon, it seems like ZTE is stepping up their smartphone game as it seems like they are in the final stages of developing the Axon 10 Pro. Read more
The beleaguered Chinese smartphone player ZTE may now be poised to claim its former glory as it recently tweeted a message that signals its intended resurgence. Read more
What could cause an unprecedented crisis in conducting its business the US Department of Commerce has banned ZTE from purchasing any parts and software from the American companies for seven years as a punishment for not adhering to the terms of the agreement for disciplining its 35 employees who were responsible for shipping goods illegally to Iran. The ban deprives ZTE of buying Qualcomm ... Read more
Latest Reviews for ZTE Mobile Phones
<design> It is thin and cool. <portability> I don't like smartphones with a big display, but this is easy to carry around. <pushbutton usability> It is a button I can feel it click. <response> I ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Apr 17, 2017
I love portable audio players. I usually use a specialized music player (I write as DAP), so I carry two devices: DAP and a smartphone. However, I don't want to carry DAP when I don't use it much. ...Read more
- Rating : 4.3
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Apr 14, 2017
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About ZTE Mobile Phones
The ZTE Corporation, wherein ZTE Mobile is one of its divisions, has been in the business of manufacturing integrated telecommunications products and services for over 25 years. The company is dedicated to implementing its scientific development concept while keeping true to its corporate social responsibility. In fact, ZTE Corp became a member of the UN Global Compact which aims to promote harmonious development among environment, economy and society.
One of the company’s visions is to provide customers with a means to take advantage of the many opportunities offered by the changing world and make sure they create positive impact on the societies they belong to. It is also dedicated to implement a CSR strategy that is in compliance with the industry’s best practices.
History of ZTE Mobile
Listed as one of the top five manufacturers of mobile handsets and smartphones in the world, ZTE has managed to impress consumers with its complete range of products that include mobile phones, tablets, broadband modems and hotspots and even family desktop integration terminals. Being one of the global leaders, it is also not surprising that ZTE works with over 230 major carriers as well as distributors in more than 160 countries and regions all over the world.
At the start of 2011, ZTE made an announcement that it will be focusing on the smartphone market. True to its word, the company has successfully managed to produce smartphones of every price and feature level. The bestselling of all units is the ZTE Blade model which sold over 10 million units in over 50 countries. It is closely followed by ZTE Skate which sold over 5 million units.
Popularity in the Philippines
With the brand synonymous to reliability and affordability, ZTE managed to capture the Filipinos’ attention and soon became one of the preferred mobile devices. The company is quite smart in its marketing strategy that initially involved the introduction of entry level feature phones with 3G connectivity. The collection showcased candy bar type phones with keypads except for the S226 model which is a Touch and QWERTY handset.
Of course, ZTE deemed it necessary to introduce mid-level and high-level handsets to satisfy the tech savvy Filipinos. Their line of smartphones features various operating systems including Android, Windows and Mozilla Firefox; works with 4G (LTE), 3G and 2G networks; screen sizes from 3.5 inches to over 5 inches; and single, dual or quad core processors.
Prices for their mobile devices range from P2800 to P11500. Most come with Dual SIM and WiFi connectivity. As for their tablet devices, ZTE did not skimp on features despite the relatively lower prices. The Light Tab 2 model, for instance, boasts of 1.4GHZ Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and 7 inches touchscreen display. It was priced P15490 in 2012 when it was first introduced in the market.
ZTE Mobile phones and tablets can be bought from authorised dealers and retailers which can be found in major shopping malls all over the nation. There are also a lot of online shops and stores carrying their mobile handsets and tablets and you can easily enjoy the best deals by shopping and comparing prices.
Last November 2013, ZTE announced that it will be selling smart watches by 2014. This announced comes in the light of the launch of smart watches by other big mobile device companies such as Samsung. The company hopes to take a share of the market by producing low price wearable connected device alternatives. Since the technology is quite new, current prices for the smart watches are still pretty steep but experts believe that they will fall quickly with the other brands coming up with their own designs.
In addition to smart watches, ZTE is also looking into investing in the development of smart glasses. The company admitted that it would take time to develop these connected glasses but hopes to launch the smart watches as early as the first quarter of 2014. Also, it hopes to focus more on high level phones instead of the low technology feature phones in the near future, boosting its advertising and distribution. ZTE Mobile is also set to produce Microsoft’s Windows platform-based phones as its US group completes the Nokia acquisition.