ZTE may have shown off a 7-inch tablet running Android 4.0 at CES, but the company still has a bit of a backlog of previously announced devices to actually push out the door. The latest to resurface is the ZTE V9A Light Tab 2, which we first saw at Mobile Asia Congress back in November, and is now confirmed to be hitting the UK in late February for £235 (VAT included), which should.
A new ZTE smartphone has turned up and this time the little beast is called the ZTE Axon 2. The phone has turned up on TENAA bringing some of the specifications with a couple images of the smartphone. This isn't the first ZTE device that we have spied at TENAA this month, the ZTE Nubia X8 and X8 Mini were seen previously .
MWC 2016 is usually an opportune time to put out your latest mobile related wares to take advantage of the synergy of energy, not to mention media attention, congregating in one single place. So it's a bit puzzling that ZTE is so far publicly silent about a new smartphone it has prepared. Especially considering it already unveiled a new projector earlier anyway.
Just because most of Acer 's recent product reveals might be centered around Windows laptops, but that doesn't make its other announced items less interesting, like this newest iteration of the company's Android Iconia Tab 10. It has actually been a while since Acer put out a brand new Iconia Tab, so it rightfully splurged on this one.
ZTE is still on its way to becoming one of the top Chinese OEMs in the mobile market. It's currently on the Top 5 rankings in the US but the company needs to work harder in maintaining its place especially now that the likes of Huawei and Xiaomi have plans to fully expand in the country. ZTE recently introduced a new smartphone under the Nubia sub-brand.
ZTE may not be a household name at this point, but its line of Spro smart projectors have been well-received, with their dual functionality as a mobile hotspot and projector, all in a compact size. Their latest model, the Spro Plus, continues to be an Android -powered, feature-loaded projector, but it's been transformed into a fully functional tablet with a 8.4-inch touchscreen display.
ZTE USA , one of the country’s largest?supplier of unlocked mobile devices has partnered with T-Mobile to bring its 2-in-1 mobile Android projector to T-Mobile customers. Priced at $499.99, the ZTE Spro 2?smart projector runs Android, which means it can connect to the internet, play games, movies, and take advantage of T-Mobile’s famous Binge On program .
Aside from the Galaxy Tab S3 , Samsung could be launching another Tab. No early benchmark here yet but just a gallery of images of what’s believed to be the Galaxy Tab A 7.0. We’re not really sure if the South Korean tech giant is still making money selling tablets but it’s good that we have more choices. The Tab S is a premium line while the Tab Aismidrange.
If you thought the days of squeezing a projector into a relatively unexpected place were over, think again. ZTE has brought its latest tablet to MWC 2016, the Spro Plus , and inside its tubby little chassis lurks a straightforward way to inflict PowerPoint presentations and home movies on the innocent. The tablet itself is no slowpoke. Inside, there's Android 6.
For AT&T users (or potential users) who are looking for a new tablet, your carrier wants you to take into consideration the brand new device from Samsung, the Galaxy Tab E . Positioning itself as both an entertainment device and a work/business assistant, the newest member of the Korean OEM’s growing family is integrated with DIRECTV and also comes with the Samsung KNOX defense-grade security.
North Face's Access Pack, a backpack shown off back in January and again today, is now available to order. The Access Pack is unlike most other backpacks, featuring an enclosure that pops open with the push of a button, making it easy to stow and access your everyday gear.
The HTC 10 may not exactly impress you the same way the other latest premium flagship phones did recently but the Taiwanese company still have others fans. The HTC 10 is still a worthy upgrade but if you think the $699 is too much, there's the lower variant in the form of the HTC 10 Lifestyle which should be more affordable.
ZTE might not be one of the top names that immediately come up when talking about smartphones, but it does have a sizable share in the mid-range market. It's nubia sub-brand, however, might be on a quest to raise the Chinese OEM's profile a wee bit. Recently unveiled is the nubia Z11 mini, which is mini in no aspect whatsoever.
Here's the latest ZenFone from ASUS. We're actually waiting for Computex for the new smartphone to be unveiled but theZenFone Go TV was already sighted on ASUS 'official website. The phone is ideal for those who enjoy media experience while on-the-go. If you always want to be updated with the shows and movies you've watch, you can rely in this ZenFone Go TV.
Will a Cyanogen-powered smartphone be available soon in the US? We're crossing our fingers the rumor that AT&T is discussing the possibility with mobile carrier AT&T is true. It's about time we get to try a new mobile OS. Cyanogen may still be based on Android but it offers a different kind of mobile experience.
Samsung is bringing back the Galaxy Amp. In partnership with Cricket Wireless, the South Korean company will releasethe Prime version of the 5-inch feature smartphone. Don't think that it's a less powerful device as it already connects to 4G/LTE and runs the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Sony is doing a bit of a re-imagining with its Xperia brand in an attempt to find a new calling in the saturated mobile market. That calling has come through a new "personalized and intelligent" slogan that is being realized, among other things, in a couple of new smart accessories, like the new Xperia Ear in-ear Bluetooth earbuds.
Tell me if this sounds familiar: Apple, looking to broaden its appeal, takes an existing high-end device and squeezes its important bits into a smaller, familiar-looking body. That was the case with the iPhone SE, and at first glance, that appears to be true of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro as well; it seems like last year's iPad Pro in the body of an iPad Air 2.
Chuwi, a brand we’re seeing pop up more and more, has made its HiPen H1 digital stylus available. Designed with the Hi12 Stylus Tablet in mind, the pen works essentially the same as a real-world unit. With 256 levels of pressure sensitivity, it’s able to discern whether you’re attempting a light feather stroke or pressing down hard.