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Low cost smartphone providers are powering the popularity of the Android platform and ZTE continues to gain market share with devices like this new Nubia 5s mini LTE.
The wireless carrier had offered a similar deal on the original Optik, but for $99 instead. The new tablet still lacks 4G LTE capabilities, however.
The patent consortium that picked up Nortel's patent portfolio in 2011 has filed a suit against Android-aligned manufacturers Google, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Asus, LG, and ZTE.
Microsoft now has agreements with all but two of the major Android device makers.
ZTE signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Intel last week to equip its next-gen Android smartphones with the latest Atom processors.
ZTE has introduced a new range-topping Android-based device alongside its first Firefox OS device called the ZTE Open, which it hopes will appeal to younger buyers.
Chinese telecoms gear maker plans to introduce a TV set-top box running on Google's Android OS, and equipped with 3D, video-calling and HTML 5 capabilities.
If you're looking for a large-screen Android 4.0 smartphone on a moderate budget, the ZTE Grand X is worth serious consideration.
The Grand X IN will be the first Intel-powered smartphone to be released in Europe by a manufacturer, rather than an operator.
ZTE has unveiled Grand X, an Ice Cream Sandwich-based dual-core smartphone with a £200 price tag. Does it have enough oomph to take on other mid-range handsets like the San Diego?
Security researchers have reported a hidden backdoor in the ZTE Score M and Skate Android phones, which could give a hacker root access
Two mobile phones, developed by Chinese telecommunications device manufacturer ZTE, have been found to carry a hidden backdoor, which can be used to instantly gain root access with a password, that has been hard-coded into the software.
Executives from Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson, and ZTE all assert that Google's pending purchase of Motorola Mobility won't hurt the Android ecosystem.
The Chinese handset maker sees revenue jump but profit growth fall as it shifts its focus from feature phones to own-brand smartphones and continues a push to expand sales in Europe
ZTE is getting some attention at Mobile World Congress with the introduction of its new Gingerbread-based ZTE Skate smartphone.
The Huawei rival has seen significant increases in its share of the competitive handset market and in mobile broadband dongles over the past year
Orange has announced the launch of an own-branded, ZTE-manufactured, Google Android handset targeted directly at the low-to-mid range.The San Francisco, priced at £99 on pay-as-you-go, is aimed at potential customers wanting to get in on the Android action, but without the need to sign up to a monthly commitment.
Three is the magic operator for Chinese handset maker
The Android 2.1-based Racer is the first UK smartphone to be launched by ZTE, which is best known for its low-cost mobile broadband dongles and Skype phones
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