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Intel, at MedPi – Monaco – has the opportunity to present an upcoming smartphone signed by the ZTE chinese supplier. Named Grand X2 In, it has the distinction of taking a first Intel Atom next generation. This is the famous CloverTrail+.


Remember that behind the CloverTrail+ code name lies a dual-core Atom processor engraved in 32nm with two x86 cores with active HyperThreading.  A SoC that also benefits from a more robust graphical part that consists of two cores PowerVR SGX 544. Details that should give the new smartphone with Intel chips, superior performance.


The CES 2013 is about to begin, and every day we receive more information on future announcements from manufacturers. In this case, ZTE is expected to announce in the Las Vegas event the ZTE Grand S, which features high-end settings, which certainly must accredit the model as the main brand launch in 2013.


Lately, the big screen has been making hit among users. And the ZTE Grand S follows this recipe, with a 5 inch screen with 1080p resolution. Moreover, the new model stands out with a case of  only 6.9 mm thick, this being “the thinnest smartphone on the market” with a screen resolution of 1080p (so far).


The high-end ZTE Nubia Z5 smartphone, is unveiled – a little – through pictures.

At the end of last month, ZTE communicated the launch of a new line of smartphones named Nubia.

With this, the Chinese manufacturer announced its intention to move upmarket to shed its “entry level” image and target a wider audience now that it is established – at the bottom – on the market.


ZTE is launching in China market the U950, a budget-priced quad-core smartphone. At 999 Chinese Yuan (US$160), the U950 packs NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 1.3GHz quad-core processor. It has 1GB of RAM and 4GB onboard storage. The handset has a 4.3-inch 800×480 touchscreen display, 5 Megapixel main camera with Full HD video recording and a VGA front camera.

The U950 has a 9mm slim body and comes with 2000mAh battery for up to 300 hours of standby. It runs Android 4.0 with ZTE’s custom UI. The phone will be released on 11 November.

Boost Mobile is looking forward for a better line of new Android devices with the latest addition of the ZTE Warp. For starters, it offers a huge 4.3-inch display that would be perfect for games and viewing pictures or movies. It also has a 1GHz solo core processor for multitasking, and a 5MP rear camera with autofocus capability and LED flash for photo quality. It may come out with Gingerbread on November 2, but it may also be one of the gracious phones to have the Ice Cream Sandwich updates.

It can accommodate much media with a MicroSD slot that can add up an additional 32GB memory in the system. It can connect via WiFi, GPS, and supports Stereo Bluetooth for media devices. It will be on sale at $249.99 on a prepaid plan, which can flex your use for data and other plans.

Source: Sprint Newsroom

Chinese manufacturers ZTE and Huawei are bringing cheap Android phones to the market. Those cheap Android phones can for example be bought for below £100 in the UK on Orange’s pre-paid plan today. US carriers such as Virgin-Mobile, Cricket, MetroPCS are also bringing these types of cheap Android phones to the US market on pre-paid plans, no contracts needed. This video features the upcoming cheap Android phones ZTE Racer+, ZTE Blade, ZTE P735E (with sliding keyboard), ZTE V852 Dreamer and ZTE V881.

This is exactly how Android has now become the number 1 fastest selling smartphone platform in the world. You thought Android’s 888% market share progress in 2010 was impressive? You haven’t seen nothing yet, as these types of sub-$100 Android phones are bringing Android smartphones to everyone else in the world who hasn’t got one yet. 1 Billion people in China, 1 Billion people in India, all those people are going to have access to the best of Android at more and more affordable prices.

Consumers in Europe and the USA are also going to buy these cheap phones in greater numbers even than the established $500 phones (unsubsidized), as consumers in Europe and the USA choose pre-paid plans for smartphones more and more.


How about an Android phone with dual mode connectivity? ZTE showcased exactly that during P&T/EXPO COMM China 2010 and we’re talking about the ZTE R750 model, with support for both GSM and CDMA radio. Here’s the handset:

This Android 2.1 handset comes with reasonable specs and it should cost around 192 EUR. Here’s a list of features:

  • OS: Android 2.1 Éclair
  • CPU: Qualcomm MSM7627 528MHz
  • Display: 3.2 inches, capacitive touchscreen, 320 x 480 pixels
  • Memory: 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM
  • Camera: 3 Megapixel
  • ZTE R750 cost about 192 Euro.

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