The entry level Android handset market is one of the hottest and the primary driver of smartphone sales in the country. As brands capitalize on this segment, we’ve seen a proliferation of new players entering the market. ZTE too is aiming to capture a share of the market with the Blade G2. Let’s take a look at how capable this Android 4.2 running handset is. Continue reading “ZTE Blade G2 Review”
The ZTE Blade G2 was launched earlier this year and we finally got a chance to check out the device for ourselves. The handset aimed at the price sensitive market strikes a decent balance between power and performance. We spent some time with it and put it through our benchmark set up to pitch it against the competition. Day to day usage of the phone is more than acceptable and the phone generally blazes through casual use case scenarios. Continue reading “ZTE Blade G2 Benchmarks”
ZTE has announced its arrival to the Indian market at an event in Mumbai today with an onslaught of a total of six devices and four 3G data cards. With these new devices, the Chinese mobile giant aims to capture some marketshare and mind share in the world’s second fastest growing smartphone market. While data has proven that the smartphone market is just a miniscule part of the whole mobile phone market in India, it is indeed growing faster than any other. This lucrative opportunity has provided us, the consumers with a lot of choices and that includes various Chinese companies like Gionee, Huawei, Lenovo and now ZTE. The company has launched four mid range devices in the Blade range as a part of their complete portfolio roll out.