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Latest ZTE news

  • Microsoft promises cheaper Windows phones

    These are Nokia, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Foxconn, Gionee, Lava (Xolo), Lenovo, LG, Longcheer, JSR, Karbonn and ZTE.
  • Chipmaker Xilinx reports flat sales

    The company has Ericsson and ZTE among its major customers, said revenue rose 16 percent $617.8 million.
  • ZTE sees boom in 4G phones

    ZTE has said that sales of 4G smartphones accounting for at least 40 percent of its global smartphone shipments in 2014.
  • Begun the Android wars have

    ASUS, HTC, Huawei, LG, Pantech, Samsung, and ZTE have all been targeted with threats.
  • Huawei expects a 4G killing

    China is obviously its biggest market having awarded 4G licenses to China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom Corp which is expected to benefit Huawei and ZTE Corp.
  • Apple investors panic over costly iPhones

    Apple fell to seventh in the second quarter in China with a five percent market share, losing ground not just to Samsung but also to Lenovo and ZTE.
  • Chinese firms win huge 4G contracts

    Western comms makers were snubbed as China Mobile picked Huawei and ZTE to upgrade its systems to 4G.
  • LG signs up for a Firefox phone

    LG has announced that it is going join Alcatel, GeeksPhone and ZTE in the Firefox OS market.
  • China to conduct security audits on US tech companies

    Xenophobic US senators are aching to ban Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE because they think their gear could be used to spy on US citizens. Now, China is auditing American goods for the same reasons.
  • Huawei cast as bogeyman in web of intrigue

    CommentCiting spying concerns, there have been efforts to restrict the use of goods from Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE. Perhaps for good reason: there have been murmurings of backdoors discovered in Huawei routers and ZTE was flagged for selling surveillance capable equipment to Iran.
  • China gives memory makers new life

    The changes are being driven by China. Chinese smartphone makers such as Huawei, ZTE and Lenovo are weakening the dominance of Apple and Samsung, playing into the Asian chip makers' hands.
  • Chinese telcos bitten by EU watchdogs

    European Union Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht is preparing a formal investigation into anti-competitive behaviour by Huawei and ZTE in order to protect a "strategic" sector of Europe's economy.
  • Apple's secret sauce boiled dry

    Samsung was the top manufacturer, growing its volume by 64 percent year-on-year. After Samsung and Apple, manufacturers Huawei, LG and ZTE rounded out the top five - but they all make up less than five percent of the market share.
  • Apple still losing market share

    Only Apple lost market share, with LG Electronics, Huawei and ZTE making incremental gains.
  • Phablet and superphone sales to remain strong

    The vast majority of phablet devices run on Android and Transparency Market Research believes Google’s OS will continue to dominate the market over the next five years. However, the share of Windows based devices is also set to increase, thanks to upcoming phablets from Nokia, HTC, ZTE and Sony.
  • ZTE pays Microsoft protection money

    China's ZTE is paying Microsoft a royalty for devices it makes using Google Android and Chrome operating systems to make sure that it is not patent trolled out of business.
  • 3G, 4G USB modems wide open to attack

    Macworld Australia reports the researchers tested multiple 3G and 4G sticks obtained from Russian telcos over the past few months and concluded that they pose a serious security threat.
  • LTE base station market to hit $6.37 billion this year

    Although 3G services were rolled out just five years ago, the mobile boom has generated more demand for bandwidth than the "old" standard can handle. That means 4G is expanding, quick, from Ethiopia to Europe.

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