The US Government has come to an agreement with one of China’s largest OEMs, ZTE, allowing the company to continue business as usual. Considering ZTE was at its breaking point, this is super good news for the OEM, partners of the OEM, both countries, and fans. The compromise entails a $1 billion fine paid to the US Government, which is a lot of money for a small incident. Anyhow, the small incident almost costed ZTE its entire business so the [Read More]
We recently passed along a report regarding ZTE’s export ban in the US. The ban by the US Government has ZTE foreclosing much of its business and terminating employment, and the last we heard had the company appealing for a modification of the ban. Despite us thinking this would not happen, it appears that China and US President Trump are negotiating to provide some much-needed relief to ZTE and its subsidiary, Mediatek.
ZTE Corp is one of China’s biggest smartphone OEMs and telecom equipment providers, but the company also has a presence in the US economy being a top manufacturer. We reported on an export ban last week that would have major implications for the company’s core business, and now it appears that in the aftermath of the ban, US President Trump wants to help.
ZTE Corp, China’s second largest telecom equipment maker, was hit by a ban last month at Washington after the company was found to have violated export restrictions of the US by shipping goods to Iran. Reports have been in the air for a while, but this ban is real and will have implications for the company’s Android business as we know it, both here and abroad.
ZTE, a company we don’t talk about very often around these parts, announced a cool device this week at MWC 2018 in Barcelona. Unlike most other phones announced at the trade show, ZTE’s Tempo Go phone is an Android Go phone, and we’ll get into what that means.
Chinese manufacturer, ZTE, has announced it is preparing a new software user interface for its Axon 7 smartphone, bringing the device to Android 8.0 Oreo.
AT&T is getting an exclusive offering in that of ZTE’s Axon M, which was announced just last week. The device is the first of its kind, and we really mean it. Check out that screen. Here’s everything you should know.
If hype for smartwatches isn’t revived in 2017, we’re going nowhere unless a major development is made. ZTE has just made its Quartz smartwatch official. We heard a rumor alongside a leak pertaining to the timepiece back in February and then again in March. And with this week’s news, almost every popular Android smartphone brand has at least one smartwatch.