ZTE, the Chinese company that produces those phones called Nubia this and that as well as other smartphone models, has grown to be a force to reckon with in the modern telecoms industry. They churn out various high-end flagship phones with premium specs, and even their low-end budget phones boast of some quality. Though they deliver other services and other products, they seem not to want to take a chill pill in the smartphone business, with many of their devices announced for later release in the coming days. We’ve compiled a list of all ZTE smart phones available globally. Read on.
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ZTE Nubia Z9
The ZTE Nubia Z9 comes in three variants – ZTE Nubia Z9 Classic, ZTE Nubia Z9 Elite and ZTE Nubia Z9 Exclusive. The difference between these variants is depicted by the internal storage possessed by each and the availability of a fingerprint scanner.
ZTE Blade S7
The ZTE Blade S7 came as a successor to the Blade S6 released back in February 2015. Even at that time, ZTE phones were already possessing dual-camera setups and fingerprint scanners, and the Blade S7 even had 13MP cameras at the front and back.
ZTE Axon Max
The ZTE Axon Max is one of the last members of the ZTE Axon family, featuring a 6-inch body with metal unibody encasing.
ZTE Blade V580
The ZTE Blade V580 surfaced in March as a middle-range device with decent specs and an affordable price tag. Some highlights of the device include a fingerprint sensor, a 3,000mAh battery and 4G LTE network capability.
ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini
The ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini is an affordable mid-range device that packs such awesome specs that you’d wonder why the device was named a mini.
Deviating from the normal metal body design, ZTE released the ZTE A910 with an all-alloy casing. The normal Full HD resolution was also sacrificed for an AMOLED display with HD resolution.
ZTE V7 Max
The ZTE V7 Max was announced in April alongside the ZTE A910, and like the A910 features an AMOLED display. However, the V7 Max is more advanced than the A910, featuring a faster processor and 4GB of RAM.
ZTE Blade L5 Plus
The Blade L5 plus does not offer any new specs or features. Other than its low price tag, I didn’t find anything else appealing in the device. The ZTE Blade L5 Plus is a low-cost budget smartphone that would excite students and low-income earners.
ZTE Axon 7
The ZTE Axon 7 was initially tipped to come with the name ZTE Axon 2, but was finally released with the name ZTE Axon 7. Speculators have said the device was named this way because flagships of other relevant brands like Samsung and Apple in 2016 were also named with the suffix 7. The ZTE Axon 7 packs wonderful specs suitable for a flagship device.
ZTE Blade A2
ZTE released the Blade A2 as a successor to the Blade A1 released in 2015, and stunned tech observers with the ridiculous price tag placed on such a feature-packed smartphone.
ZTE Nubia Z11 Max
The ZTE Nubia Z11 Max was released this month, two months after the Nubia Z11 Mini was released. The device packs specs similar to Xiaomi’s Mi Max, differing a little only in the size of the screen.
So far, those are the devices that have been released by ZTE since May 2015 when the brand started becoming known in Africa. If you didn’t find your favorite device up there and you’d like us to include it, simply comment below. We’ll be updating this list every month as more ZTE devices are released this year, and we’ll be releasing lists of other smartphone brands released in 2016 very soon.
Which of these devices do you like the most? Which one do you hate the most? Or which one are you neutral about? Tell us in the comments box below. Let the conversation begin!