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ZTE wins the race to the first 865 Flagship

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While other OEMs wait for MWC or their own events ZTE just skipped over all of the formalities and released the first device with the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC. For those unfamiliar, the ZTE Axon range of devices they...

MWC 2020: ZTE issues release, confirms it will still be at MWC but is...

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After earlier reports that ZTE would abandon its press conference at MWC 2020, the company has issued a press release today confirming that it would - mostly - be present at MWC and participating in the conference as normal. Earlier...

Telstra Tough Max 3 is one tough cookie, updating the tough phone for 2020

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Telstra's own-branded Tough Max series phones have had an update for 2020, with the 3rd generation Tough Max getting some attention on Telstra's Exchange blog today. The Tough Max line is designed to take the hard knocks, and in its...

Optus quietly add two new ZTE-based smartphones to its pre-paid line up

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Optus has quietly added 2 new smartphone which are ZTE-based but are coming under their own branding as the Optus X Power 2 and the Optus X Wave respectfully. The devices, which have similar specs but are based at 2...

Nubia wants to kill the notch with the a second, rear-facing screen on its...

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Nubia, the ZTE-adjunct company whose phones don't usually come to Australia, has revealed a neat new device. The V20 aims to kill the notch by removing the need for it. The big taking point is the 5.1-inch display on...

Telstra adds two new ZTE devices to its sub-$200 prepaid line up

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Telstra has quietly added 2 new ZTE devices to its pre-paid line-up under its own brand name - the Telstra Essentials Pro and Telstra Evoke Plus. These devices come after the company added the Nokia 2.2 to its prepaid line...

ZTE is bringing a new Device to Telstra with the Telstra Essentials Smart 2

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ZTE Mobiles is bringing another of its budget smartphones to our market through Telstra with the Essentials Smart 2. The Telstra Essentials Smart 2 is the follow up budget smartphone to last years Essentials Smart and brings with it some...

Woolworths are having a mobile sale starting this week until next Tuesday 9th July

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Woolworths are having a mobile sale starting from this Wednesday until next Tuesday, with the major supermarket offering some discounts on prepaid mobiles and sim packs with bonuses one some items also available. The sale is on a wide variety...

MWC hands on: ZTE announce their new 5G flagship, the Axon 10 Pro 5G

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MWC 2019 is all about 5G and today at MWC ZTE were the next to announce a 5G flagship. Their flagship is the next in the Axon line, the Axon 10 Pro 5G. ZTE have been very light on...

Nubia set to join the fold of flexible devices at MWC 2019

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The mobile market is a minefield of rumours, renders and guesswork at this time of year prior to MWC. Many of those rumours are on foldable phones, and we're about to see another one. Nubia (a ZTE-owned company) is set...

Telstra & Boost Mobile add a new budget ZTE device to their prepaid line...

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Telstra and Boost Mobile have quietly added ZTE devices to their line up of budget devices with the Telstra Essential Smart (ZTE A125) and Boost Jett (ZTE B125). Both the devices, which are budget 4G enabled devices, look similar in...

ZTE Axon 9 Pro announced but at this stage it is still unclear if...

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ZTE has a massive success with the Axon 7 not just around the world but in particularly here in Australia. It has been a while since the Axon 7 was released and while ZTE have been fighting a...

Optus adds another X series devices to its prepaid line up with the Optus...

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Optus has quietly added another X series device to its prepaid line up with the Optus X Power mow available to buy for $129. The X series have to date been re-badged versions of phones from well known manufacturers with...

Huawei and ZTE banned from supplying equipment to 5G networks in Australia

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Huawei Australia confirmed on Twitter this morning that it has been effectively banned from supplying equipment to Australia's 5G networks, despite having equipment behind existing carrier networks in Australia delivering 3G and 4G. https://twitter.com/HuaweiOZ/status/1032411216184930304 The ban was also announced this morning...

Will we see the ZTE Axon 9 at IFA 2018?

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ZTE has had a tough year. Due to indiscretions in previous years and their inability to abide by the original sanctions imposed by the the US Department of Commerce they had their ability to effectively function as a...

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