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!
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.
Smartphones from China suffer from the same reputation as other products from the country, namely most consumers in Western markets think they are merely cheap knock offs of leading flagships. However, that is very much the black market as the large Chinese companies actually make good smartphones in their own right, we are thinking the likes of Huawei and ZTE.
ZTE has made it clear that it wants to improve its brand image and become a company known for making quality smartphones around the world. To achieve that goal, it plans to aggressively acquire talent from fading companies..
The ZTE Grand S II was one of many phones to debut at CES 2014. Considering that it also follows the mold of similar devices, it's easy to not look twice at the phone. However, there are a few things worth paying attention to when it concerns the Grand S II.
MetroPCS today introduced the ZTE Avid 4G, the latest smartphone that's compatible with the prepaid carrier's 4G LTE network that is available for purchase now.
MetroPCS announced that it will soon offer the ZTE Anthem 4G Android phone. The ZTE Anthem 4G will be the first LTE-capable Android phone that ZTE releases in the United States, and it will be among many 4G handset options for MetroPCS customers.
ZTE became the first phone maker to announce an Android 4.0 phone powered by an Intel processor. The ZTE Grand X IN features an Intel Atom Z2460 processor, and will be the "flagship handset" from the Chinese company.
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer ZTE has vaulted into the number five slot among smartphone manufacturers worldwide, thanks to its strong performance in the second quarter this year.
ZTE has taken the wraps off the Grand X LTE, a new Android smartphone headed to Asian and European markets soon. The Grand X LTE is the first ZTE smartphone to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 processor and an integrated LTE chipset.