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nubia Red Magic 3 Revealed, Has Built-in Cooling Fan, Records 8K Video

ZTE’s sub-brand, nubia, has unveiled a new device that has mobile gaming on its cross hair. For those unacquainted, Red Magic is the de facto gaming focused series of the handset maker. Aesthetically, the nubia Red Magic 3 looks much the Red Magic Mars – a device that is available internationally, but under the hood, it is anything but. In fact, it is much cooler, like quite literally. Continue reading nubia Red Magic 3 Revealed, Has Built-in Cooling Fan, Records 8K Video

ZTE AXON S And AXON V Have Interesting Ways Of Getting Rid Of The Notch

This season, it is about how to lose the annoying notch on smartphones and it looks like ZTE Corporation is leading the pack with two upcoming smartphones called ZTE AXON S and AXON V. Now, we can’t vouch for the authenticity of the former, but the latter was found filed as a submission for iF World Design Guide by ZTE Corporation itself. Continue reading ZTE AXON S And AXON V Have Interesting Ways Of Getting Rid Of The Notch

Here’s the First Gaming Smartphone From Nubia: Red Magic Mars

If you haven’t already heard, ZTE-owned nubia has also gotten into the business of gaming smartphone. The device it is bring to the gaming table is nubia Red Magic Mars, announced last November. And mind you, this isn’t just a device that marketeers brand it as a gaming smartphone. It does have some chops that make it so, starting with an innovative liquid and air cooling tech which nubia claims to provide “superior heat dissipation for maximum gaming performance.” Continue reading Here’s the First Gaming Smartphone From Nubia: Red Magic Mars

nubia X Has Dual Display. One Front And The Other, On The Back

The nubia X isn’t the newest device from nubia, but like the wearable smartphone, it is worthy of a mention simply because, it has two displays. If I am not wrong it is the world’s first dual-screen smartphone to flaunt two displays on one device. No folding or whatsoever. In addition to the front display, the back of the device is also a display. Now, tell me this isn’t the world’s first. I pretty sure it is. Mind you, the rear display is a full-fledged, albeit not edge-to-edge and smaller. Continue reading nubia X Has Dual Display. One Front And The Other, On The Back

nubia Alpha Proper Smartphone That You Wear On Your Wrist

Smartwatch with GPS and built-in eSIM or SIM card tray does not exactly make the smartwatch a mobile phone, much less a smartphone, but this: the nubia Alpha is a full-fledged smartphone designed to be worn on the wrist. Yes. It is indeed a wearable smartphone with flexible display and it is not only real; it is hitting the market very soon. With Alpha (stylized as ‘‘), ZTE Corporation-owned nubia takes the use of flexible display to the next level. Continue reading nubia Alpha Proper Smartphone That You Wear On Your Wrist

nubia Goes International With Flagship Bezel-less Z11 Smartphone

Most people are not fond of the bezel on smartphones, but no one hates it like ZTE Mobile Corporation-own nubia. In fact, the mobile phone maker loathes it so much that it has try all ways and means to get rid of at least the sides to attain a perfect ‘borderless’ design. It did so, one after and another, and the ‘another’ was served up to Chinese consumers in July in the form of Z11. Fast forward two months, the China handset maker has made known to the world that it will be offering this delightful device to the rest of the world. Aesthetically, the Z11 is pretty stunning. We would even go to length to say it looks somewhat luxurious. Continue reading nubia Goes International With Flagship Bezel-less Z11 Smartphone

ZTE Unveils Blade D6 for Select Markets and Dabbles in Home Automation

At last week’s Mobile World Congress Shanghai, ZTE unveiled a new Blade handset that has an uncanny resemblance to iPhone 6. Not withstanding the ‘copy’, we kind of like its look, though we can’t say the same for the specs. It is obviously not a flagship. In fact, the Blade line has never been a flagship. Equipped with a 5-inch HD display and powered by 1.3GHz quad-core chip with 2GB RAM, Blade D6 has a profile that rivals that of the iPhone 6, measuring just 6.95 mm thin. It also touts a sleek 6013 aluminum alloy body, giving it a high-end aesthetic. Continue reading ZTE Unveils Blade D6 for Select Markets and Dabbles in Home Automation

ZTE Introduces Flagship Smartphone and Its First Smartwatch in China

ZTE had a pretty huge one two days ago in China. During an even at Water Cube in the Chinese capital, Beijing, the handset maker launched the new flagship phone, Axon Phone, which debuted in the U.S. last week and also unveiled the company’s first smartwatch, dubbed Axon Watch. July 21 also marks the debut of the Spro 2 smart projector, which was previously launched in the U.S. via AT&T and Verizon, in China. The launch is no doubt to reinforce the idea of an ecosystem within ZTE, though it was not specifically pointed out. Continue reading ZTE Introduces Flagship Smartphone and Its First Smartwatch in China

nubia Z9 Becomes the First Handset to Sport True ‘’Bordeless’ Design

Bordeless display is a mark of futuristic hardware, but whether is it practical on our hands on devices like a smartphone is remain to be seen. However, the unknown does not deter nubia, a sub-brand of handset giant ZTE Corporation, from taking a bold dive into the first, true bordeless design. Dubbed Z9, this latest flagship smartphone is void of bezel on the long sides of the phone and boast some serious tech that makes it worthy of being called a futuristic phone. Equipped with a 5.2-inch Full HD display with arc Refractive Conduction (aRC) technology which is said to offer better visual effects over its competitions. While borderless may prove to be a nuisance when use with handheld touchscreen device, ZTE said that users of the Z9 will find it easier to hold as it is more ergonomic, which might be due in part that the handset is longish. Continue reading nubia Z9 Becomes the First Handset to Sport True ‘’Bordeless’ Design

ZTE Blade S6 Plus Hits eBay with a Special Introductory Price of $270

Is it just us or does the ZTE Blade S6 and now the Blade S6 Plus has an uncanny resemblance to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus? In fact, the resemblance goes beyond aesthetic; even the model name seems to take on the 6 and 6 Plus’s. Well, not that it matters to us cos’ we still think that for a budget device, the Blade S6 and S6 Plus looks surprisingly pretty. Instead of the usual retail distribution channel, the China handset maker has decided to jump straight to eBay where you can grab the new Blade S6 Plus for $269.99, contract-free and unlocked, of course. Continue reading ZTE Blade S6 Plus Hits eBay with a Special Introductory Price of $270