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27
Aug

ZTE plans to showcase new Axon flagship smartphone, other devices at IFA 2015


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ZTE has announced they plan to showcase products from four product lines at IFA 2015. ZTE’s CEO Adam Zeng says the company hopes to show “our global commitment to product longevity and will see us rollout more products from our four core product lines across markets worldwide.” Headlining the charge will be the ZTE Axon smartphone which will be the company’s new flagship device intended for global markets.

Along with the new Axon smartphone, ZTE will also have their Blade V6 smartphone, which the company says is their thinnest device in the Blade series, on display along with with several devices from their nubia line. Although it has been on the market for a while, ZTE also plans to bring their Spro 2 Smart Projector to the event to help increase interest in the device.

ZTE is bringing along professional photographer Ed Kashi to IFA 2015 for an invite-only press breakfast where he will discuss the future of mobile photography. Representative from ZTE will be on hand to explain how the company’s strategy will be rolling out for their new product portfolio. ZTE is also planning a “ZTE Fun Day” on September 6th. Along with games and social media activities, ZTE has lined up Culcha Candela and Albert N’Sanda to provide entertainment for guests.

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source: ZTE

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27
Aug

ZTE talks IFA plans, readies Axon phone global launch


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IFA 2015 is just a few days away and ZTE has been sharing its plans for the event in Berlin. The Chinese company has big plans for later this year and is aiming to expand its brand across not only the US but also in Europe.

At the centre of its event is an international version of its Axon flagship smartphone. The handset originally launched in the US back in July and a Chinese version, complete with an additional fingerprint scanner, was released shortly afterwards, but a global release hadn’t been announced until now.

We are not sure if the international version will come with the fingerprint scanner or not. However, there is a single listing for an international model from China, which states that the phone will offer a 5.5-inch FullHD display, Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 13 megapixel camera, which is a little weaker than the US model. We’ll have to wait and see exactly what ZTE has planned for the rest of the world.

“This renewed focus shows our global commitment to product longevity and will see us rollout more products from our four core product lines across markets worldwide.” – Adam Zeng, CEO, ZTE Mobile Device

Along with an international Axon phone, ZTE will also be rolling out its ultra-thin Blade V6 into new territories. The Blade V6 is an affordable entry level smartphone. ZTE will also be showcasing its SPro 2 Smart Projector and smartphones from its nubia sub-brand at the event.

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Along with product demonstrations, ZTE is also planning a press-only breakfast with photographer Ed Kashi as a guest speaker, no-doubt to big-up its smartphone camera performance. There will also be a ZTE Fun Day on September 6th, featuring German musicians Culcha Candela and Albert N’Sand.

Be sure to pencil IFA into your diary from September 4th to 9th, as we will be there to bring you all of the breaking news.

21
Aug

ZTE Spro2 (Verizon) review: A smart projector for your on-the-go lifestyle



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ZTE ups the Spro line in all the right ways

It’s always fun to play with a niche device.  With regard to Android in general, we default to smartphones.  But we shouldn’t forget that the flexibility of the platform allows for some interesting products.  I was fortunately able to review such product, the ZTE Spro2 smart projector

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I’m sure most of us knew about portable projectors by now, most certainly if you’ve walked by a Brookstone store in a mall.  However, we’re not talking about child’s play here.  The Spro line of projectors are meant to be robust, functional, and capable of keeping up with your demands, whether for work or play.

The Spro’s 2nd iteration takes ZTE’s first crack at a portable Android projector and makes improvements all across the board.  It also adds 4G LTE and Mobile Hotspot capability.  Let’s take a look at what you get.

Design

When I took the Spro2 out of the box, I couldn’t help but think “high-end”.  The material, construction, and heft worked in unison to straight-away justify the price tag.

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Now, this isn’t a slim or light device, it comes in roughly 1″ thick and weighs about a pound.  But I don’t think you want to look at it like you do a smartphone.  I welcome its robust feel.  I want it to stay put when I place it down.  I want a great grip when handling it.  Kudos to ZTE, I always love to see a well-built device.

I must mention that while promo images of the Spro2 make it appear like it has a metal build (such as those chamfered edges), it is in fact plastic.  Although, it’s not a cheap plastic.  I don’t get a feeling of cheapness whatsoever.

On the top of the projector, we’re greeted with modest 5″ LCD screen.  There’s a single button under the screen, which I initially thought was a home button.  It’s actually the power button.  It has an illuminated ring on it, which is a nice touch.  For software navigation, there are KitKat-style capacitive buttons under the display (Back, Home, and Menu).

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On the left side, we have round volume buttons.  These actually appear to be metal, and have chamfered edges as well.  They shine with a high-end look.

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On the right side, there is nothing but an airflow vent to keep the projector’s heat at bay when it’s fully running.

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The front side contains all of the I/O.  We’ll run through all the specs later.  You can see that the SIM tray and microSD tray are accessible via SIM removal tool.  The power input is on the left.

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The bottom of the device is fairly standard.  We have more ventilation, rubber feet at each corner to keep the device put, a screw hole for mounting on a tripod, and a kickstand to prop the projection up.  The external speaker outputs through the bottom.

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Lastly, the projector lamp is located at the rear of the device.  Next to it is a sensor (more on that later), and a ZTE logo on the opposite end.  These components sit behind a glass panel.  Fortunately, ZTE thought to seat the glass inward slightly, in which the chassis serves as a lip to keep the glass from getting scratched.

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Functionality

The Spro2 comes well equipped, with smartphone-level of specs.  Here’s a breakdown:

  • Display:  5″ LCD touchscreen display with 720p resolution
  • SoC:  Snapdragon 800 (2.0GHz quad-core processor)
  • Memory:  2GB of RAM
  • Storage:  16GB on-board, expandable up to 64GB with microSD
  • Audio:  External mono speaker and 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Battery:  6,300mAh capacity (rated at 2.5 hours of projection time)
  • Connectivity:  WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) and Verizon 4G LTE
  • OS:  Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)

You may be thinking that these specs are yesteryear, but again, the Spro2 isn’t meant to compete with smartphones.  It has the specs it needs for its purpose.

The projector itself is capable of a 720p projection.  This is really the only spec that’s a bit bothersome to me.  We know that the Snapdragon 800 is capable of 1080p from its past uses in smartphones.  Also, the projection can reach a massive 120″ screen size (recommended max), and spreading the smaller pixel count over that larger area is not ideal.

 

ZTE has done a great job to provide the user options to get their content passed through.  While Spro2 has its own storage and ability to stream content, you also have a HDMI port to hook up an external device.  There is also a full-sized USB port to use a flash drive as a source.

Furthermore, support for Miracast is on-board, if you want to project your smartphone/tablet.  And ZTE threw in wireless control of projector via an Android app.

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This particular version of the Spro2 is made to be used with Verizon’s network.  Access to Verizon’s 4G LTE data speeds bolsters the usefulness of the device when you’re out and about.  In addition, the Spro2 can serve as a Mobile Hotspot for your other devices.

Performance

The Spro2 navigates without a hitch.  It’s as fluid as you would want for basic Android navigation.  Apps open and close in a snap.  Web browsing and scrolling is smooth.  I have no complaints on the choice of SoC or software optimization.

The projector lamp turns on quickly.  There’s a permanent projector widget on the front homepage, which lets you turn the turn the bulb on/off on the fly, adjust the brightness, and turn on/off the auto-focus.

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My only complaint is that the auto-focus can be finicky at times.  There were a couple times it refused to focus and I had to move the device for it to try again.  I don’t know what throws it off sometimes, maybe it’s the environment’s lighting.  But this only happened a handful of times.  Most of the time it focused spot-on, within a couple seconds.

Display and Projection Quality

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The display quality is fine and dandy.  720p resolution is okay for a 5″ screen.  No, it’s not the clearest and best ppi, but I don’t look at the screen and resent it.  It works.

The same can be said for the screen quality.  The colors are decent, they match what I would expect from an average LCD panel.  Viewing angles could be better.  The image slightly dims when you look at it from an angle, but I can still see what’s on the screen clearly.


The projector uses DLP technology.  It is rated at 200 Lumens of brightness.  Although, an important factor to keep in mind is that you cannot maximize the projector’s brightness output unless it’s plugged into the AC adapter.  The max the battery is allowed to push out is medium brightness.

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If you recall that sensor I skipped over in the hardware tour, that is actually to counter “keystoning”.  If you’ve ever played around with a projector, at an angle the rectangular image can distort into a trapezoid (the keystone effect).  The sensor makes corrections as you move the projector and keeps the projection rectangular.  This is pretty neat if you’re projecting on a ceiling and want to change the angle.

You won’t find a focusing dial on the Spro2, as it has the ability to auto-focus.  But if for some reason you prefer to manually control it, you can within the projector settings.

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Despite being a 720p projection, I was satisfied with the image quality.  Of course, you’ll have to mind the size of the projection and find a good balance.  The farther you pull the projector back (larger you make the screen), the more blurry the image becomes.  Brightness is also affected proportionally.

On a well-lit room, I struggled to see the image (matching the size to my 70″ TV) on the Medium brightness.  Although, using the projector in a dark area is more practical.  I was merely testing the limits.  Switching to the High brightness, I was impressed how visible the image was.

Moving to a darker space for the real test, I got some satisfactory results.  I set the projector across my room, which is about 12 feet from the opposing wall.  This gave me about a 97″ image.  The Medium brightness setting worked fine in this situation.  The Low brightness was not ideal.  I could navigate and web browse well enough, but I wouldn’t recommend it for movie-watching.  The area would have to be close to pitch black for Low brightness to be a viable option.

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I played a movie and the quality met my expectations.  Mind you, it’s not going to blow you away with a crystal clear picture and vivid colors.  But if you’ve ever seen a DLP projection before, this is on par.  I could tell a bit of fuzzyness due to the stretched pixels, but not too bad.  The colors with projections are on the dull side, but I at least didn’t get any discoloration or uneven imaging.

Battery Life

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Although the Spro2 packs a hefty 6,300mAh battery, projectors take a lot of power.  Therefore, ZTE rates the running battery life at 2.5 hours.  However, I’m wondering if that’s at the Low or Medium brightness setting (remember that you can’t use High brightness on battery power).  Regardless, I put it to the test.

I picked a lengthy movie (LOTR: Fellowship of the Ring) and set the projector on the Medium brightness setting.  I tried two test runs:  1) Downloading the movie onto the device and playing until it died and 2) Streaming the movie (through Google Play) over WiFi until it died.

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1) Medium brightness, no streaming:

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Based on ZTE’s battery rating, I wasn’t expecting that I would have to restart the movie.  I got close to 4 hours before it quit.  Excellent!

2) Medium brightness, streaming over WiFi:

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I got an impressive result here as well (relative to the rated battery life).  ZTE may have been conservative with the 2.5 hour rating, my guess is because of the extra power LTE can pull if you’re streaming over Verizon’s network (which would also depend on the strength of the signal).  And of course if you’re doing other things (such as utilizing the Mobile Hotspot feature), I can see your battery life going south pretty quickly.  3-4 hours doesn’t leave much room in the grand scheme of things.

Bear in mind that these results were with the Medium brightness setting.  If Low brightness could work for you, that would stretch the battery life even further.

Software

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It is always a bummer when a new device doesn’t have the latest version of Android.  But then again, a projector isn’t going to see hardcore use.  Android 4.4 serves well to provide fluent, basic functionality.

ZTE of course has their own software tweaks.  This is expected so that the niche features of the projector are taken advantage of.  Upon powering on the Spro2, we’re greeted with a tile-style layout (not unlike the look of Windows Phones).  The tiles represent apps, folders, or widgets.

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Instead of Android panels, we scroll left and right through categories/tabs.  The default tabs are:  Home, Media, Office, Settings, and Apps.  With the exception of Home and Settings, you’re able to delete/add more tabs.  It can get crowded quickly, so ZTE only lets you add two additional tabs (for a total of 7).

You’re able to move tiles around to your preference, and create folders and add apps to different tabs.  The exceptions are the Projector and Google Search widgets in the Home tab and the anything in the Settings tab.

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The App drawer navigation functions the same as on the stock OS.  The notification pull-down has added projector functions.  And we have KitKat-style Recent Apps when we hold down the Menu capacitive key.

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Final Thoughts

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I was impressed with my time with the ZTE Spro2.  It is a well-built effort for folks who have a need for a projector on-the-go.  It is suitable both for work and play and doubles-up as a Mobile Hotspot when your other devices need connectivity.

However, it isn’t cheap.  This Verizon variant of the Spro2 would set you back $599 (there is an AT&T version that is $100 less off-contract, at $499).  But this is typically the story with niche devices.  There aren’t many portable projectors out there that are this smart.  Therefore, having a well-thought-out rarity such as the Spro2 can be justification enough to cough up the money, if your lifestyle begs for it.

Oh, and how else can you use Android on the side of your house?

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18
Aug

Boost Mobile reveals the ZTE Warp Elite, available starting today


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Boost Mobile today announced its next prepaid smartphone, the ZTE Warp Elite for $179. The Warp Elite is available at a Boost Mobile store near you today.

The device has a 5.5-inch display, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 3,000mAh battery, and it’s running Android 5.1.1.

16GB of internal storage isn’t a lot after you factor in the operating system, preloaded ZTE apps, and the carrier’s extra software features, but thankfully there is microSD storage to give users a better range of storage options.

The device will cost you $179 from Boost Mobile, and data plans start at $35/mo for 1GB of data. And if you’re looking at picking up a Warp Elite, it might be best to weigh better options first.

source: Boost Mobile

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18
Aug

New ZTE Warp Elite costs just $179.99 from Boost


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Today, Boost Mobile and ZTE have announced the new Warp Elite smartphone, the successor to the Warp Sync. Priced at just $179.99, the ZTE Warp Elite is shooting right for the mid-range market.

The ZTE Warp Elite has undergone a design overhaul from the last Warp smartphone, with a sleek looking case and large 5.5-inch display. Although the resolution is just 720×1280, which may be a little low at this size.

Inside the shell you will find a quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC, backed up with 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel rear camera and a 5 megapixel front facing snapper. There’s also 16GB of internal memory with an expandable microSD card slot for an extra 64GB, 4G LTE support on US bands 25, 26, and 41, and compatibility with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 1.0 technology. There’s also Android 5.1 Lollipop on board straight out of the box.

Overall, the hardware is quite comparable to the similarly priced latest Motorola Moto G, just with a slightly larger display size. It certainly fits right into the mid-tier of the market.

As ZTE has partnered up with Boost, there are a selection of 4G data plans available to choose from. The lowest cost begins at $30 per month for unlimited talk and texts with 2GB of data, while 10GB of 3G/4G data can be yours for $55.

The ZTE Warp Elite is available from the Boost Mobile online store for $179.99 plus tax.

18
Aug

Boost Mobile now offering 5.5-inch ZTE Warp Elite


Boost Mobile is now offering the ZTE Warp Elite, a larger size smartphone with mostly mid-range specifications. Powered by the latest release of Android, 5.1 Lollipop, the Warp Elite boasts a 5.5-inch display with a 720 pixel HD resolution.

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Internally, you’ll find a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. In terms of cameras, the handset offers a 13-megapixel rear sensor with a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter. Rounding things out, the Warp Elite includes a 3000mAh battery as well as support for QuickCharge 1.0 and HD Voice calling.

Boost is selling the ZTE Warp Elite for $180 starting from today. Boost Mobile operates on Sprint’s networks and offers rate plans as low as $30 when using automatic payment.

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7
Aug

T-Mobile’s new ZTE Obsidian costs just $99.99


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T-Mobile has announced a new affordable smartphone – the ZTE Obsidian. The handset costs just $99.99 off-contract, making it one of the cheapest Android smartphones available in the US.

Of course, for such a low price we’re not looking at top of the line specifications. The handset features a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 480×854, resulting in a PPI of 224. Unusually for a US handset, the smartphone is powered by a MediaTek MT6735M SoC, which is a quad-core CPU clocked at 1GHz and it compares quite favorably with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 410.

The Obsidian also comes with 1GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel rear camera, 2 megapixel front facing camera, 4G LTE data connectivity, and a 1,980mAh battery. There’s a limited 4GB of flash memory available to store your stuff on, but this can be expanded through a microSD card slot. The phone also runs Android 5.1 Lollipop. The specifications might not be as high-end as ZTE’s new Axon smartphone for the US market, but there’s everything you’ll need if you’re on a budget.

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At just $99.99, the cost effective smartphones stacks up relatively well with the similarly priced Moto E (2nd gen). T-Mobile is also offering the smartphone on a payment plan of just $4.17 per month over 24 months. The ZTE Obsidian will be available from August 13th through T-Mobile online and hardware stores.

6
Aug

T-Mobile’s latest Android is the entry-level ZTE Obsidian


Arriving August 13, the smartphone is aimed at budget-minded buyers

T-Mobile on Thursday debuted its newest Android handset, the 4.5-inch ZTE Obsidian. Set to launch next week, the phone is all low-end hardware with a price to match.

Features for the Obsidian include a 4.5-inch 854 x 480 display, 5-megapixel rear camera, and 2-megapixel front-facing sensor. Powered by a 1GHz quad-core processor, it packs 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage, and support for 32GB microSD cards.

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As a plus, the ZTE Obsidian does run the most current version of Android, 5.1 Lollipop. Also, the phone supports 4G LTE as well as T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi calling feature, too.

T-Mobile will offer the Obsidian starting from August 13 with a $99.99 price tag. Those who wish to split up costs over 24 months can do so at a rate of $4.17 per month.

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6
Aug

ZTE Obsidian coming to T-Mobile on August 13, costs a mere $4 a month


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T-Mobile is preparing to add yet another budget smartphone to its arsenal, the ZTE Obsidian. T-Mobile says the device will be available to buy come August 13 for $99 outright or on a device payment plan for $4/month for 24 months.

The price is certainly an attractive selling point, and for being cheap, the Obsidian is a decent performer on paper. It features a 4.5-inch FWVGA display, a 1GHz quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, LTE support, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front camera, and the device is running Android 5.1.

What’s particularly fascinating about the device is just how powerful it is on paper for such a low cost. It certainly competes with even many of today’s mid-range performers.

source: T-Mobile
via: Android Central

 

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3
Aug

ZTE Axon Pro now on sale through Amazon, Ebay, and NewEgg for $449


After being announced and put up for pre-order earlier last month, ZTE’s new flagship device, the Axon Pro is now on sale. If you are anxious to get your hands on this device, and are looking for a new GSM phone, you can get the Axon Pro from Ebay, Amazon, or NewEgg today.

Sporting a 5.5″ QHD LCD display with the SnapDragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 3,000 mAh battery, the Axon Pro is an intriguing device, if you’re in the market. The Axon Pro also comes with a dual rear camera (13MP + 2MP depth sensor) and Android 5.1 Lollipop, this really could be a “flagship killer” of sorts. ZTE is also touting the Axon Pro as the “first true high-fidelity phone available in the US” which is intriguing for those audiophiles out there, or those who are just tired of the crappy speakers in some phones today.

If you’re looking to pick this up, Amazon is only selling the Pththalo Blue model, eBay has all three models, the Pththalo Blue, Ion Gold, and Chromium Silver for sale. At this time, NewEgg was offering the all three models, but have sold out and those devices are currently on back-order. Regardless of where you purchase these devices from, all three retailers are selling the Axon Pro for $449.98, which is a pretty good deal for what you get with this device.

Let us know in the comments below, whether you are interested in what ZTE is doing with the Axon Pro.

Source: Android Central

 

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