As rumored earlier, ZTE has finally unveiled the Blade V30 series. The new series has debuted in Mexico and includes Blade V30 and Blade V30 Vita. Both the devices feature a triple rear camera and a waterdrop notch for the front camera.
ZTE is adding yet another new device to its Blade series. The Blade lineup is known for smartphones that offer a great bang for the buck. Tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore has revealed that ZTE is prepping Blade V30, and the latest device would cost €200. The tipster also revealed key specifications for the device, including color options.
ZTE has launched the ZTE Blade 11 Prime in the US. The latest smartphone is priced at $192 and is also available with finance options starting at $8. The ZTE Blade 11 Prime is available via Verizon, Yahoo Mobile and Visible.
Earlier this month, ZTE launched the Blade 20 5G in China. Today the company has pulled the wraps from Blade 20 Pro 5G at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference. The Pro model arrives with hardware upgrades and is powered by Snapdragon 765G chip.
Xiaomi and other companies have been experimenting with under-display selfie camera from quiet some time. ZTE seems to have beaten others to the finish line with ZTE Axon 20 5G. World’s first phone with an under-display selfie camera.
ZTE-owned smartphone sub-brand Nubia makes some attractive gaming smartphones. The company had released the Nubia RedMagic 5G a few weeks ago in China, and it has announced a trimmed-down version of the phone. The Nubia RedMagic 5G Lite lowers the pricing and cuts some corners. However, it still ends up being a potent gaming phone.
Huawei and ZTE have not had an easy go of things in the United States, but the pair of companies may have another road block ahead of them.
The United States Commerce Department has lifted the ban from ZTE and allowed it to resume its business activities again after the latter paid the final installment of the $1.4 billion fine that was imposed on it.
ZTE shut down its main business operations back in May of this year, following a U.S. export ban of goods to the company.
ZTE announced recently that it had shut down its main business operations, but it looks like that may not last too long.