ZTE has a new flagship worthy handset on the horizon, and it has just passed through China's product certification center, TENAA. The device is the Nubia Z9 Max Elite and its passage through TENAA meas it is probably going to be launched soon, even sometime this month we guess.
ZTE seems to have a new smartphone coming to the U.S. market after the Blade L6 passed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The regulatory body that passes devices for sale in the United States, with the new ZTE Blade L6 being the latest from the Chinese company.
Chinese giant ZTE is going to announce two new smartphones on October 29th, and those handsets are expected to be the Nubia Z9 Max Elite and the Nubia Z9 Mini Elite. Both devices will be sequels to their current namesakes and will update the Nubia Z9 range, while as the names suggest, the Max is a larger version of the Nubia Z9 proper and the Mini is a smaller variant of the flagship.
With carriers in the United States slowly starting to turn away from the old model of contracted subsidized phones, it has opened a gap in the market for manufacturers to step into. Apple has done so with its iPhone Upgrade Program and now Chinese company has announced its own similar system.
ZTE is one of the few Chinese companies that launches handsets consistently, with the company's smartphones available across several price points. Slotting nicely into the budget range will be the ZMAX 2, an affordable device with a large screen that will be available on AT&T.
A new ZTE smartphone has passed through TENAA, which is the Chinese regulator that passes smartphones for certification in the country. The S3003 is an entry level device that comes with one striking feature, one that we do not expect in this age of mobile technology. The S3003 comes without a rear camera.
ZTE has unveiled a new high end smartphone called the Axon Phone, a well spec'd handset that will come with a very fetching price tag. As one of the few Chinese companies to consistently roll out products in the United States, consumers in the U.S. may be pleased to know that the Axon Phone will land in the country post launch.
ZTE's new Nubia Z9 is a stunning smartphone, something of a complete package, and already a big hit after selling out in ten minutes when launched in China during April. The handset is mega thin and carries virtually no bezel along the landscape edges, and as a result it looks unique in the flagship landscape. The Chinese company has now announced that the Nubia Z9 will be launching in the United States.
A brand new unannounced ZTE smartphone has leaked online, appearing to be a mid-range device with razor thin bezels and a plastic body. ZTE has recently rolled out its Nubia Z9 smartphone flagship, but the handset you see above is unlikely to be from the same family and will be a standalone product.
While Samsung has been accused of copying other manufacturers ideas in the past (Apple has successfully sued the company twice), other companies copy the South Korean giant too (Apple included). China is of course the hot bed of copied products, but it still surprises us when one of the big boys does it. Which brings us to ZTE, the company is about to launch its Nubia Z9 flagship, and there is something familiar about it.