The ZTE-made 5G portable wireless hotspot can be purchased on a 30-day, 12-month or 24-month contract with data bundles of 4GB, 30GB or fully unlimited.
We’ve been waiting to see who would be first, and when it comes to releasing the first commercially available smartphone with in-glass camera, ZTE has stolen the show.
Nubia’s new Z20 offers up an incredible package for under £500, and the company supplied some sample images to show what the triple camera set up is capable of. The Nubia Z20 is on sale now for £499, and comes with two displays, three cameras, as well as Qualcomm’s top-spec… [Click for more]
Nubia (a sub-brand of ZTE) has today announced that the rather extraordinary dual-screened Z20, launched earlier in the year, will be released in Europe – including the UK – as of today. The phone offers a totally bezel and notch free display by integrating a second screen on the rear,… [Click for more]
So as MWC 2017 ended, I got to summarise my three-day trip and detail some of the highlights, some of the gimmicks and some opinion. A lot of opinion as it happens. The key theme of the event was 5G, but from a consumer perspective, 5G is still a fair way off… [Click for more]