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  • From The Smoke And Fire Dept: Huawei Denies (Again) It’s Launching Its Own Mobile OS

    From The Smoke And Fire Dept: Huawei Denies (Again) It’s Launching Its Own Mobile OS

    Last week saw a little skirmish in the mobile platform wars, when news broke that Huawei, which makes smartphones based on Google’s Android OS, was working on an operating system of its own — first reported by Reuters and then picked up by others. Curious to hear from the horse’s mouth, we got in touch. And it turns out that Huawei, in fact, has “no plans” to… Read More

  • ZTE Aims For Apple, Samsung With Lofty 2012 Smartphone Sales Goal

    ZTE Aims For Apple, Samsung With Lofty 2012 Smartphone Sales Goal

    ZTE isn’t a name we hear a lot over in the States, but the company plans to change all that. Head of mobile strategy Ryu Chienhao claims that ZTE plans on selling 35 million smartphones this year, with hopes to become the number 3 smartphone and mobile phone vendor in the world by 2015. Last year, the company shipped 15 million smartphones with a heavy focus on Asia. To reach 35… Read More

  • Intel Announces New Smartphone Partnerships With Lava, ZTE, And Visa

    Intel Announces New Smartphone Partnerships With Lava, ZTE, And Visa

    We’ve already caught wind of the Lenovo K800 and Orange’s newly-announced Santa Clara but Intel CEO Paul Otellini isn’t content to leave their push into mobile at that. Otellini has just announced that Intel has entered into partnerships with a handful of companies in hopes of solidifying their place in the smartphone market. Among those new partners are relative unknowns… Read More

  • For All The Phones In China, Apple Actually Lost Market Share In Q4

    For All The Phones In China, Apple Actually Lost Market Share In Q4

    Apple has an undeniably huge opportunity in China, but it is still facing some big challenges. As the iPhone maker claimed the top spot as the world’s biggest smartphone vendor in the last quarter (October-December), it actually slipped in the rankings in China and is now in fifth position after ZTE. But with Apple only kicking off sales of the iPhone 4S in China this January… Read More

  • ZTE Plans Huge Smartphone Push Into China, U.S.

    ZTE Plans Huge Smartphone Push Into China, U.S.

    We often forget about ZTE here in the states since the company does most of its operations outside of our home turf. Still, we shouldn’t forget that the company ranks fourth in the world in terms of handset makers, largely due to its focus on budget handsets. The first half of last year brought about a loss of three percentage points in terms of profit, and ZTE is now ready to come… Read More

  • ZTE To Make Big Play For U.S. Market With High-End Smartphones

    ZTE To Make Big Play For U.S. Market With High-End Smartphones

    The U.S. mobile market is already saturated with smartphones, with players like Apple, HTC, and Samsung locked in a never-ending struggle for market share. It’s a game that’s dominated by big-name players, but according to the Wall Street Journal, Chinese hardware vendor ZTE is looking to throw their hat into the already-crowded ring with a new line of high-end smartphones some… Read More

  • AT&T Adds Five New Android Phones To Their Lineup

    AT&T Adds Five New Android Phones To Their Lineup

    If you thought that AT&T’s Android lineup was a bit lacking, then today’s announcement just may change your mind. AT&T has pulled back the curtains on a fleet of five new Android-powered smartphones that should hit wireless retailers just in time for all that holiday commotion. Read More

  • China's ZTE ships 100 millionth handset



    If I managed to ship 100 million anything, I’d call it a day and go lay around on a beach somewhere. I don’t care if it’s 100 million pasta noodles; once you break the 9 digit wall, you’ve done some good. ZTE, China’s largest telecoms equipment manufacturer, has leaped past that hurdle, announcing this morning that they’ve shipped their 100 millionth… Read More

  • China's ZTE ships 100 millionth handset

    If I managed to ship 100 million anything, I’d call it a day and go lay around on a beach somewhere. I don’t care if it’s 100 million pasta noodles; once you break the 9 digit wall, you’ve done some good. ZTE, China’s largest telecoms equipment manufacturer, has leaped past that hurdle, announcing this morning that they’ve shipped their 100 millionth… Read More

  • ZTE's C79 clamshell available from MetroPCS


    ZTE’s slick C79 clamshell is now available from MetroPCS. The C79 features AWS, 60 MB of internal memory, MP3 player with external music keys, a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and picture messaging. The handset is available now, with no contract for $169. Read More

  • Review: ZTE C88 for MetroPCS

    When choosing a cell phone, you look at price and features with the former being the biggest player, right? Ok, calling/data plans are also a big deal, but most consumers just want a cheap phone regardless. That much we can agree on. But what happens when you don’t want to deal with one of the larger carriers and you’ve got MetroPCS in the area, a carrier that offers unlimited… Read More