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ZTE Nubia 5S mini LTE heads to United States with IGZO display

08/20, 12:22pm

Mid-range specifications, 13MP camera included in US ZTE smartphone

ZTE has unveiled a new mid-range smartphone it will be shipping to the United States. The Nubia 5S mini LTE, originally launched in China late last year, offers a 4.7-inch 720p IGZO display, backed by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, Adreno 305 graphics, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage with microSD expansion also available.

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Sprint LivePro combines pocket-sized projector, hotspot, extra battery

07/09, 2:02pm

LivePro projector can act as LTE Wi-Fi hotspot for eight devices

Sprint is launching a new device on its network later this week that combines three items in one. The ZTE-produced Sprint LivePro is a miniature portable projector, which aside from being able to project an image between 10 inches and 10 feet in size, also functions as an LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and is capable of charging up a smartphone or tablet using its 5,000mAh battery.

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ZTE launches Nubia Z7, Max, mini smartphones in China

07/08, 12:01pm

ZTE Nubia Z7 equals majority of LG G3 specifications

ZTE has launched three Android smartphones as successors to the Nubia Z5S and Z5S mini. The main Nubia Z7 is a device similar to the LG G3 in terms of specification, complete with a 1440x2560 5.5-inch display, the Nubia Z7 Max is a slightly lower-specification device with a 5.5-inch 1080p display, and the Z7 mini has a slightly smaller 5-inch Full HD screen.

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ZTE Concord II ships on T-Mobile, heading to MetroPCS on May 19th

05/15, 9:46am

Budget-specification ZTE Concord II has 4-inch 480x800 display

The ZTE Concord II budget-ranged smartphone is arriving on T-Mobile and MetroPCS, the carriers have revealed. The device, running Android 4.3, uses a 4-inch, 480x800-resolution display with Gorilla Glass 2, backed by a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of expandable storage.

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ZTE launches Blade L2 in Europe, ships Open C Firefox OS smartphone

05/09, 12:14pm

ZTE Open C goes on sale in US, Europe via eBay

ZTE has launched its latest in the Blade series of Android smartphones, the Blade L2, in parts of Europe. At the same time as the budget-oriented Blade L2, the phone manufacturer has finally made the Firefox OS-based smartphone it launched at Mobile World Congress, the ZTE Open C, available to buy in the United States and other countries, though through eBay rather than a retailer.

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Hands on: ZTE Open C with Firefox OS 1.3

02/26, 3:46am

ZTE Firefox OS device is massive improvement from last year

At last year's Mobile World Congress, ZTE launched its first attempt at a smartphone running Firefox OS. This year, the company is following up on the ZTE Open with the ZTE Open C, a similarly-styled device that is also aimed at emerging markets. This time, the smartphone arrives with a fair number of improvements over its debut. Electronista took the budget Firefox OS device for a spin to see what's new.

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Hands on: ZTE Grand Memo II LTE

02/24, 12:03pm

ZTE adds larger screen, minor improvements to Grand Memo design

ZTE launched an updated version of the Grand Memo at Mobile World Congress, one year after it revealed the original. The Grand Memo II LTE upgrades the original's 5.7-inch display to a six-inch model -- as rumored last week -- along with a number of other performance improvements. Electronista paid a visit to the company to see how far the phablet has improved on its predecessor.

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ZTE Open C, Grand Memo II LTE will launch at Mobile World Congress

02/18, 5:58am

ZTE outlines two upgraded versions of smartphones it launched the same time last year

ZTE has detailed two new smartphones it will be launching at Mobile World Congress next week, among other possible unveilings from the company. The Firefox OS-based ZTE Open C will be shown alongside the Grand Memo II LTE, both following up on the ZTE Open and the ZTE Grand Memo the manufacturer revealed at the same event last year.

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Briefly: ZTE Optik 2 $30 from Sprint, 5by launch app for iOS, Android

01/24, 12:21pm

ZTE Optik 2 3G tablet available online through Sprint

Sprint has revealed the 3G tablet ZTE Optik 2, now available online for purchase. The tablet has a 7-inch touchscreen display, and runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Featuring a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB of storage, the Optik 2 possesses a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus, video recording and flash, and a front-facing camera that enables video chat.

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ZTE Eco-Mobius shows potential modular smartphone

01/09, 6:31am

Major components in individual modules combine into smartphone

ZTE demonstrated its own concept for a modular smartphone at CES, one which lets users easily upgrade specific parts of the device. In a similar way to Motorola's Project Ara, the Eco-Mobius has a number of modular sections relating to various functions, allowing for a level of internal customization based on what the user prioritizes in importance and is able to afford.

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ZTE's 2014 smartwatch will work only with ZTE phones

11/25, 2:21pm

Chinese manufacturer's smartwatch will be limited

ZTE's own forthcoming smartwatch device will only work with ZTE smartphones when it launches early next year, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. The Chinese smartphone maker already confirmed that it has smartwatch devices in the works for the second quarter of 2014, but this new word is the first that those devices will be limited in their smartphone compatibility. The limitations on device compatibility may help to ensure a larger feature set for ZTE's devices, but it will also almost certainly limit their attractiveness in the consumer electronics market.

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ZTE plans smartwatch for 2014, will still make Windows Phones

11/19, 5:42pm

ZTE to continue making Windows Phones, launch smartwatch

Chinese mobile device maker ZTE says it will launch a smartwatch device in the first quarter of 2014, according to a new report. He Shiyou, executive vice president and head of ZTE's handset business, told The Financial Times on Sunday that the firm will enter the burgeoning wearable technology market next quarter with a smartwatch, and he hinted that ZTE is also looking into connected eyewear like Google's Glass device. The ZTE exec also reaffirmed his company's commitment to making phones running Windows Phone 8 operating system, despite the fact that Microsoft has entered the phone hardware market with its purchase of Nokia's mobile operations.

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ZTE launches Nubia Z5S, Z5S mini in China, global release expected

11/19, 7:55am

Both ZTE Nubia Z5S devices have 13-megapixel camera, LTE options

ZTE has launched a pair of updates to last year's Nubia Z5, with both smartphones to shop with LTE and 3G options, depending on carrier and region. The Nubia Z5S will have a five-inch 1080p IGZO display, while the smaller Nubia Z5S mini opts for a lower-resolution 720o, 4.7-inch display, and a drop in specification when compared to its full-sized counterpart.

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ZTE reportedly working on own mobile processors with 4G LTE support

08/13, 7:36am

New ZTE processors to be shown in late September at Chinese event

ZTE is working on developing its own applications processor for smartphones, according to a report. The Chinese smartphone producer is alleged to be developing a chip for its future mobile devices, with the processor design said to use ARM cores and include support for 4G LTE connections, though no other major details have been revealed by the company.

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ZTE Open Firefox OS to go on sale in US, UK soon via eBay

08/12, 6:40am

Auction site to be first sales venue for Firefox OS smartphone in US

ZTE is putting its Firefox OS smartphone on sale in the United States and the United Kingdom, though not through retail stores for the moment. The ZTE Open will be available to purchase through eBay, with customers able to get the budget handset via "Buy it now" for $80 in the US and £60 ($93) in the UK.

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Firefox OS smartphones go on sale, Firefox Marketplace activated

07/09, 11:26am

ZTE Open on sale in Spain for 69 euros, new Firefox OS simulator due July 11th

Firefox OS smartphones have gone on sale to the general public, with the first batch of devices being sold through Telefonica. The launch in Spain of the ZTE Open, delayed until today following last week's announcement, is accompanied by news that Mozilla has turned on the Firefox OS payment systems, allowing developers to earn through app sales and in-app purchases.

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First Firefox OS smartphones to go on sale later this week in Spain

07/01, 8:53am

Alcatel One Touch Fire, ZTE Open to initially launch in limited markets

The first two smartphones running on Firefox OS will soon be available to purchase by end users, with customers of Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica being among the first to get the devices. The ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire, both running Mozilla's open-source mobile operating system, will go on sale in Spain later this week, with the ZTE Open being sold by Telefonica for 69 euro ($90) tomorrow.

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Sprint sets 5-inch Vital with LTE for release at end of this week

06/10, 11:54am

Sprint Vital uses 1.5GHz processor, 8GB storage, 13MP camera

Sprint has formally unveiled its budget ZTE smartphone, following its appearance at the FCC over the weekend. The Sprint Vital has a five-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280x720 and a "break-resistant LCD," is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor with 1GB of RAM, and will be released by the carrier by the end of this week.

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HTC Tiara, ZTE Vital spotted at FCC with Sprint LTE connectivity

06/08, 7:09pm

Windows Phone, Android smartphones could be priced under $100 on-contract

Two more phones destined for Sprint have been revealed in separate FTC filings. The HTC Tiara with Windows Phone 8 and the ZTE Vital appear in filings with LTE connectivity for Sprint's network, suggesting that the two devices will receive some form of official announcement from the carrier in the coming months.

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Analysts downgrade Apple to sixth in China sales, Samsung still leads

05/28, 3:12am

Second China research report this month suggests 6.1M iOS sales

Samsung has sold more than 10 million smartphones in China within a single quarter for the first time, according to a research firm. The same report based on data from US research firm Strategy Analytics also claims that Apple resides in sixth place in the country's smartphone marketplace, one place below a similar report earlier this month that placed the iPhone in fifth place.

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ZTE Geek smartphone unveiled, uses 32nm Intel Atom processor

04/10, 8:11am

First Clover Trail+ offering from ZTE clocked at 2GHz

ZTE has debuted its first Android smartphone using the Intel 32nm Atom processor platform at the Spring Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. The unfortunately-named ZTE Geek houses the Clover Trail+ processor running at 2GHz, housed inside a device that appears to be inspired by the company's Grand S LTE offering.

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Huawei wins 4G base station sales embargo in Mannheim court

03/15, 9:33pm

Ruling first of three court proceedings between the pair in two weeks

The Mannheim Regional Court in Germany has ruled in an LTE patent suit brought by Huawei against ZTE, with Huawei has winning an injunction in the country against ZTE. The ruling prevents it from selling LTE base stations in Germany. Despite the injunction, a minor victory was won by ZTE, as it is still allowed to sell USB "4G" modems. The devices were deemed to be not infringing, and cleared by the court.

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Hands on: ZTE's entry-level Open phone with Firefox OS

02/25, 11:49am

ZTE and Alcatel target emerging markets

High-end smartphones typically dominate the news at Mobile World Congress, leaving us surprised by the amount of attention garnered by Mozilla's Firefox OS. Earlier this week we checked out Alcatel's One Touch Fire, and today we had a chance to try out ZTE's Open. Both are geared for emerging markets, focusing on maximum features from basic hardware via an operating system built from web standards.

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Hands on: ZTE Grand Memo with Sanpdragon 800 CPU

02/25, 10:37am

ZTE's new Android flagship

ZTE has continued its upmarket push with its new Android flagship, the Grand Memo, which will be one of the first devices to arrive with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 processor. We stopped by ZTE's Mobile World Congress booth ahead of the company's press conference to handle the new device ahead of its public launch.

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US ITC launches InterDigital cellphone patent investigation

01/31, 11:08pm

Samsung, Nokia, ZTE, Huawei devices potentially infringing

As expected, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has announced that it is launching its investigation into InterDigital's patent complaint against mobile phone manufacturers Huawei, Samsung, Nokia, and ZTE. Non-practicing entity InterDigital Communications complained to the ITC that the four manufacturers were violating patents related to CDMA, and LTE communications. InterDigitial is seeking "permanent injunction and compensatory damages in an amount to be determined, as well as enhanced damages based on willful infringement" of the company's patents.

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ZTE V987 smartphone leaked by Chinese regulator database

01/16, 9:29am

Shares physical design aspects with Grand S LTE

ZTE will be releasing a five-inch budget-ranged smartphone in China, according to a database operated by Chinese regulator TENAA. The V987 has a similar appearance to the recently-revealed Grand S LTE, though its internal specifications have been reduced in search of a cheaper price, while its physical design appears to be much thicker than the Grand S.

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Hands on with ZTE's Grand S LTE smartphone

01/08, 7:59pm

ZTE brings its Grand S LTE phone to CES touting 1080p, 5-inch screen

We stopped by the ZTE booth to check out a new smartphone the company hopes to bring into a number of new markets. The high-end device hasn't been confirmed for the US market yet, however. Its specs are certainly impressive, however, with a five-inch, 1080p resolution touchscreen and a fast 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU with four cores paired with 2GB of RAM.

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ZTE leak reveals 5.7-inch 'phablet'

01/03, 9:54pm

P945 device leaked in pictures, likely 720p display

Images of an unannounced "phablet" device from ZTE have leaked to the Internet, signaling that the Chinese manufacturer is likely preparing to enter the large handset market alongside Huawei and segment leader Samsung. Currently, the device is only known as the P945, but it appears to sport a 5.7-inch display, placing it between the 5.5-inch display of Samsung's Galaxy Note and the 6.1-inch display of Huawei's Ascend Mate. Currently, the device is said to be scheduled only for release in the Chinese market.

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InterDigital files ITC complaints on Samsung, Nokia, others

01/02, 5:49pm

'Patent troll' renews legal hostilities against four manufacturers

Following the announcement of an extension of its patent license agreement with Research In Motion which added "coverage for 4G, LTE, and LTE-Advanced products," non-practicing entity InterDigital announced a new United Stated International Trade Commission (USITC) complaint against Huawei, Nokia, Samsung, and ZTE. InterDigitial is seeking "permanent injunction and compensatory damages in an amount to be determined, as well as enhanced damages based on willful infringement" of the company's patents.

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Report: Huawei offered embargoed gear to Iran

12/31, 1:10am

Huawei said to have offered 1.3 million euros of embargoed tech

Chinese telecom manufacturer Huawei will likely see increased scrutiny from US regulators, as a report from Reuters found that the company offered to sell at least 1.3 million euros worth of embargoed computer equipment to the largest mobile phone operator in Iran two years ago. The report cites documents in which Huawei and a closely-tied Iranian affiliate proposed providing Mobile Telecommunication Co of Iran (MCI) with Hewlett-Packard servers, disk arrays, and switches. The revelation is the second in as many months that has seen a major Huawei partner in Iran accused of violating technology embargoes.

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ZTE makes Nubia Z5 official in China with $555 pricetag

12/26, 9:46am

Five-inch Android smartphone goes on sale in January

ZTE has officially revealed its flagship Nubia Z5 Android smartphone in China, the first of the company's high-end Nubia range of devices. The smartphone announcement, almost a week later than it was rumored to, sees Chinese customers being able to preorder the five-inch handset ahead of its January release.

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ZTE confirms Grand Era LTE release, 5-inch phablet rumored

12/20, 6:01am

Rumor claims Nubia Z5 to reach China on December 21st

Images and specifications of a new low-resolution 5-inch phone-tablet from ZTE has been leaked. The budget-level phablet comes at the same time as rumors that ZTE's Nubia Z5 will be released in China on December 21st, as well as an official announcement of the company's first dual-mode Grand Era LTE smartphone in Hong Kong.

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ZTE secures $20 billion loan from Chinese government

12/04, 3:14pm

ZTE, China Development Bank agree to $20B loan

ZTE, the world's fifth-largest telecom equipment maker, announced today that it had entered into a $20 billion financing agreement with China Development Bank. The funds are meant to cover "financing facilities for the company's overseas projects and credit facilities for the company," according to a statement ZTE released today. The agreement will shore up the finances of the Chinese tech firm, which has seen significant losses this year, but it will likely raise concerns among ZTE's international competitors and regulators in the west, who are suspicious of the firm's ties to the Chinese government.

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Android cracks 70 percent marketshare in new Gartner data

11/14, 11:25am

Samsung grows lead on Apple in smartphone sales

Android devices now represent 72.4 percent of the cellphone market, according to new third-quarter research data by Gartner. The figure represents a major boost over Q3 2011, when Android had a 52.5 percent share. Some of that ground appears to have come from the platform's closest rival, iOS, which has slipped from 15 to 13.9 percent. Also down are Research in Motion's BlackBerry phones, shifting from 11 to 5.3 percent, and Symbian, shrinking from 16.9 percent to just 2.6.

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First live images of China's ZTE Nubia Z5 flagship

11/12, 12:20pm

Nubia Z5 will be thinner than iPhone's 5

The first live image of ZTE's Nubia Z5 flagship smartphone introduced at the end of October has now been offered, thanks to China's CNMO. Along with the image, the source got some information about the handset, including that it will ship in Asia in December. The phone's body was reportedly styled in Italy, and a side-by-side comparison to Apple's iPhone 5 reveals it is slightly thinner.

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China Communists slam US 'cold war mentality' towards Huawei

11/10, 7:50pm

Communist party officials reiterate denials of espionage charges

During China's 18th Party Congress Communist party meeting, China's commerce minister decried US fears that Huawei posed a security risk. The US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee warned art month that the Chinese government could be using Huawei and ZTE-made equipment for espionage purposes. The report claimed that the presence of a Communist party cell in the management of both companies was the primary reason for the concern.

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China's ZTE introduces high-end Nubia brand with Z5 handset

10/31, 11:29am

Nubia Z5 smartphone due to arrive in China in December

Chinese smartphone maker ZTE at a recent conference introduced a new smartphone brand and the first handset to come from it. The Nubia name will apply to high-end devices from ZTE and the first phone to headline the range will be called the Z5, Weibo revealed. Nubia translates to cloudy from Latin.

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IDC: Samsung, Apple continue smartphone sales dominance

10/26, 9:31am

RIM replaces Nokia in top 5 for global sales

Third-quarter figures from IDC suggest that Samsung and Apple account for almost half of smartphones shipped. While HTC and ZTE continue to appear in the top five smartphone vendors worldwide, Nokia has dropped from the rankings and been replaced by Research in Motion.

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Huawei offers access to source code to allay spying fears

10/24, 6:26pm

Huawei says it's done a poor job of communicating

Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei has offered to open up access to the software powering its products in an effort to allay fears in the west that it is relaying information back to China. John Lord, chairman of Huawei's Australian arm, says that the company has been ineffective in communicating with regulators in the west, and that it must do a better job of that in the future. Lord has said that Huawei would be open to sharing its code in a controlled security environment in order to assure western legislators and companies that they have nothing to fear from its products.

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ZTE sold surveillance subsidiary amid security concerns

10/16, 4:49pm

ZTEsec sale to completed in September

Amid ongoing scrutiny from US legislators and regulators, Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE divested itself of a subsidiary that sells surveillance systems. In September of this year, ZTE completed the sale of ZTE Special Equipment Co, also known as ZTEsec, while congressional investigators looked into the cyber security implications of US companies doing business with ZTE. The company, the second largest telecommunications manufacturer in China and the fifth largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, is believed by some to be too closely tied to the Chinese government.

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ZTE tips $279 million loss for first three quarters of 2012

10/14, 6:09pm

Slowing economy doesn't help phone maker under scrutiny

Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer ZTE will report a loss as large as $279.2 million for the first nine months of 2012. This according to a preliminary results announcement ZTE made on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Sunday. ZTE's revenues have been hurt by a soft economy, and the company's fortunes have not been helped by its ongoing troubles with legislators and regulators in both the United States and the European Union.

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Users allege suspicious Huawei, ZTE equipment behavior

10/10, 7:33pm

New allegations come in wake of House committee report

Following the release of a report from the House Intelligence Committee, the panel investigating possible security concerns stemming from Huawei and ZTE equipment use now claims to have received "dozens and dozens" of calls from former employees and customers of the two companies. These calls, according to Reuters allege suspicious equipment behavior, especially on the part of Huawei's equipment. The development is likely to result in intensified scrutiny of the two Chinese companies' dealings, further hampering their efforts to make gains in the US telecom market.

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Congress urges lock out of Huawei, ZTE over security

10/08, 6:03am

Congress asks US firms to stop fueling expansion of Huawei, ZTE

A draft Congress report due today argues that leading Chinese telecoms producers Huawei and ZTE should be locked out of the U.S. market over security concerns, reports Reuters. The US House of Representativesí Intelligence Committee argues that the two companies are subject to the influence of the Chinese government. After 11-months of research, the committee believes that it is in the best interests of U.S. firms and the country to avoid purchasing products from either Huawei or ZTE.

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Report: Huawei, ZTE possibly involved in espionage for China

10/06, 10:20am

US committee report scheduled to be released on October 8

Representative Mike Rogers (R-MI) and C.A. Ruppersberger (D-MD) are preparing to issue a report October 8 on a year-long investigation of smartphone and equipment manufacturers Huawei and ZTE Corp. The US House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has been examining whether the companies' expansion in the US market enables Chinese governmental espionage and endangers the telecommunications infrastructure of North America.

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Blade III gets officially unveiled by ZTE

09/20, 7:53am

Blade III confirmed in Finland, Sweden, other Euro countries before year's end

ZTE's upcoming flagship phone, the Blade III that was leaked about a month ago is now official. As the original report noted, the phone will come to Finland's Verkkokauppa first, later in September, before arriving in Sweden sometime in October. It will be available in white at the former and black at the latter.

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ZTE to testify at congressional espionage hearing

08/30, 2:39pm

ZTE, Huawei links to Chinese government probed

China's ZTE has agreed to participate in US congressional inquiries into the companies alleged ties to the Chinese government and any potential espionage threats arising from those ties. ZTE, along with Huawei, is under investigation by the House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence over subsidies the company receives from the Chinese government, as well as any potential threats to the American telecommunications infrastructure arising from ZTE's relations with assorted Chinese governmental entities. Sources familiar with the congressional proceedings tell Reuters that the hearings could begin as early as the second week of September, though negotiations are still ongoing as to which ZTE executives will appear before the committee.

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ZTE updates Grand X with Medfield CPU and Android 4.0

08/30, 10:15am

ZTE Grand X is the first with an Atom Z2460 CPU from the Chinese company

At IFA, ZTE unveiled a refreshed Grand X smartphone that sports a 1.6GHz Atom Z2460 processor, which is a first for the Chinese phonemaker. The preloaded OS is Android 4.0. The other technical specs carry over from the original phone, including its 4.3-inch, 960x540 touchscreen and eight-megapixel rear camera capable of recording 1080p videos.

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ZTE Blade III shows up in first photos

08/24, 9:40am

ZTE Blade III shows up at European retailer before any official announcement

The next smartphone from Chinese company ZTE has been pictured online over at Finnish retailer Verkkokauppa. The device hasn't even been officially confirmed by its maker, but its specs are revealed by the listing. They include a 4.0-inch, 800x480-pixel touchscreen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, and Android 4.0.

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ZTE Blade III smartphone shows up in first photos

08/23, 11:09am

Retailer listing shows ZTE Blade III to have Android 4.0 onboard

The next smartphone from Chinese company ZTE has been pictured online over at Finnish retailer Verkkokauppa. The device hasn't even been officially confirmed by its maker, but its specs are revealed by the listing. They include a 4.0-inch, 800x480-pixel touchscreen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, and Android 4.0.

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ZTE shows off first FD-LTE/TD-LTE USB modem, hotspot

08/17, 10:21am

ZTE MF91S mobile hotspot and MF820S2 USB modem are the first FD-LTE/TD-LTE devices

Chinese mobile communications gear maker ZTE has unveiled two new products, with the MF91S mobile hotspot and MF820S2 USB modem. Both support the FD-LTE and TD-LTE high-speed mobile broadband standards that are becoming more and more popular in worldwide markets. The devices are best suited for China, thanks to TD-SCDMA and EDGE network compatibility when there is no LTE connection available.

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