ZTE, like other Chinese brands does not enjoy a lot of market presence in areas outside of Asia. Sure, the company is there, but it is not in the spotlight, and for the most part Chinese devices are not given the big push by US carriers like other brands. However, if any carrier would break the mould it would be the Uncarrier!
We have seen the LG G3 Prime before as it was leaked a few weeks back and has been discussed since the normal G3 was released at the start of June.
Xiaomi is one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, its devices make the top 10 best seller list globally and the company sold 26.11 million smartphones in the first half of 2014.
Reports emanating from South Korea last week suggested that Samsung is genuinely concerned about its recent drop in profit and the weakening demand for its smartphones.
How does a Sony flagship with a 22 megapixel camera and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 sound?
The Chinese market operates like a separate entity from the rest of the world. If a smartphone is a hit in China then it has enough sales to get near the top of best seller charts, without even having to be released globally.
If you are a Motorola fan then you may have noticed that silly season has started as a number of the company's core smartphones are up for renewal. That means the rumour mill is in full swing and we are hearing about upcoming replacements on an almost daily basis, including this, the apparent successor to the acclaimed Moto G.
If the reports surrounding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 phablet smartphone are to be believed, the company has some huge plans for its flagship device. From what we have been told, the Note 4 will have a number of standout features and we can now add a new one
Samsung's Galaxy S5 LTE-A is one of the more intriguing yet oddly frustrating smartphones of the year. On one hand it is the best handset the Korean company has ever made, but to the annoyance of some it arrived just two months after the normal Galaxy S5.
Momentum is really picking up now around Sony's upcoming Xperia Z3 flagship with the Japanese company's handset today showing up at the FCC in the United States.