ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia in India launched its Nubia Z11 mini on Thursday. The handset boasts of a glass and metal design combination as well as a 16-megapixel rear camera with phase-detection auto-focus (PDAF). Continue reading “Nubia Z11 mini Review: Good looking camera phone, a bit overpriced”
ZTE recently launched an iPhone design inspired smartphone dubbed the ZTE Blade V6 in India for Rs. 9,999. The phone boasts of similar look and feel as the iPhone 6, but with a twist of Android 5.0 Marshmallow along with hybrid dual-SIM support and 4G LTE connectivity. Continue reading “ZTE Blade V6 Review: Budget iPhone Lookalike”
Last month, ZTE launched its most affordable 4G smartphone dubbed the ZTE Blade Qlux 4G in India at Rs. 4,999. Because of its brand value, decent specifications and 4G support at very affordable price, we at FoneArena decided to keep it in our Top 10 list of Android smartphones under Rs. 5,000 as well. But is it worth the money? We find out in our detailed review. Continue reading “ZTE Blade Qlux 4G Review”
Couple of weeks back on May 19, ZTE got its Nubia series of smartphone in India as a separate sub-brand. The Chinese firm launched Nubia Z9 mini under its Nubia brand for Rs. 16,999. We really liked the device at first glance, but were disappointed with the price. Checkout what we found about Z9 mini in our detailed review? Continue reading “Nubia Z9 mini Review”
Apart from five low to mid range smartphones that ZTE launched today, in India, the Chinese manufacturer has also revealed its flagship device. The flagship device, although falling in the similar mid range price bracket, has matching specs with the current crop of 5 inch devices that are doing the rounds in the market. Equipped with a 5 inch qHD screen and a quad core processor, ZTE hopes to peg this as the phone to get from its portfolio for the Indian consumers. That said, ZTE seems to really acknowledge the fact that in India, the volume is in mid range. Let us take a look at the specifications of the device then.
ZTE Telecom India, owned by of China’s ZTE Corp has announced that it would enter the Indian market with its range of smartphones and tablets later this year. The company would launch 5 smartphones ranging from Rs 5,799 to Rs 14,999 These smartphones would be available in all the major by the end of October, said the company. The company also plans to launch their tablets followed by it. Continue reading “ZTE to enter Indian Smartphone market with 5 new phones by October 2013”