Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is always a big deal in the world of smartphones, but aside from the heavy hitters like the Samsung Galaxy S9, many phones announced there don’t make their way to the United States. While that’s technically...Show More Summary
ZTE took to the MWC 2018 stage today to unwrap three new Android phones. First up is the ZTE Blade V9. This device utilizes a couple of popular trends in smartphones right now, including a dual rear camera setup that with 16MP and 5MP sensors. ZTE [...]
ZTE's latest phones promise solid performance and stock Android for a reasonable price.
A simple dual-camera phone with impressive specs for the price. ZTE hasn't put out a traditional flagship since 2016 (no, the Axon M doesn't count), but the Chinese company's bread and butter, at least outside of its home country, continues to be the low-end and mid-range of the Android world. Building on the success line, which came to the U.S. Show More Summary
ZTE has just officially unveiled the Blade V9 and Blade V9 Vita — two affordable additions to its ever-expanding Blade lineup.
ZTE has been a leader in low-cost but still well-made Android phones. It’s hoping to continue that approach with the just-announced Blade V9 and V9 Vita.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE just announced a trio of new budget-minded smartphones at MWC 2018. The company revealed the all-new Blade V9, Blade V9 Vita, and Tempo Go, with price points of € 269, € 179, and $79.99, respectively. Show More Summary
The latest in ZTE's Blade series phones are the V9 and V9 Vita. These devices bring ZTE's design language in line with current trends by adopting 18:9 displays. They also put the competition on notice with dual cameras designed to take better low-light photographs. Here is Phone Scoop's first look at the latest from ZTE.
ZTE today expanded its lineup of Blade series handsets with the Blade V9 and V9 Vita. These mid-range handsets bring the Blade series up-to-date with competing designs by adopting the 18:9 aspect ratio display. Shared features between...Show More Summary
Android Oreo 8.1, 18:9 displays, and lower-light improved cameras aim to make the new Blade a better buy, but competition could be fierce.
Whirlwind stop at ZTE as part of the MWC Press Event escapades. ZTE last announced the Axon M, a folding smartphone. We're likely to see the Blade v9 at today's event!