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The Pocket-lint Xmas Spectacular - Day 1: Win a ZTE Skate and Professor Green tickets

The Pocket-lint Xmas Spectacular - Day 1: Win a ZTE Skate and Professor Green tickets

By 6 December 2011

Pocket-lint has teamed up with ZTE to bring you the chance of winning a ZTE Skate as well as two tickets to a Professor Green concert in Brixton on the 15 December 2011 as part of our Pocket-lint Xmas Spectacular.  The Skate is ZTE’s new flagship smartphone,... >>

ZTE to sell Android phones direct to UK

ZTE to sell Android phones direct to UK

By 14 July 2011

ZTE is setting its sights on increasing UK penetration, signing a deal with Brightpoint for distribution of the affordable handsets directly in the UK. ZTE might not be a name that you recognise. The Chinese company is behind 2010’s popular Orange San... >>

ZTE Skate: Orange Monte Carlo that won't make you go bust

ZTE Skate: Orange Monte Carlo that won't make you go bust

By 29 June 2011

When Pocket-lint first got its paws on the ZTE Skate back in March, we guessed that it might come to the UK as the Orange Scunthorpe once the network had re-skinned the Gingerbread handset. Well, we were almost right. Just 1,038 miles and a trip on the... >>

ZTE Skate hitting UK in summer 2011

ZTE Skate hitting UK in summer 2011

By 18 March 2011

ZTE have updated us on their plans to launch their new Android smartphone - the 4.3-inch ZTE Skate - at a briefing session with Pocket-lint in London.  Wu Sa, Director of mobile device operations for ZTE (UK), confirmed that the ZTE Skate will be available... >>

MWC: All the phones, all our thoughts

MWC: All the phones, all our thoughts

By 23 February 2011

The dust has well and truly settled on Barcelona and Mobile World Congress is now over for another year. The big manufacturers have displayed their devices, hoping to capture customer enthusiasm and be the next big handset.  We’ve looked at Sony Ericsson,... >>

ZTE Skate(s) in Gingerbread handset

ZTE Skate(s) in Gingerbread handset

By 14 February 2011

Is Froyo dead? Quite possibly - the Arc, Optimus 2X and Galaxy S II put in the big blows, and now even the more budget-friendly manufacturers are queuing up to stick the boot in - the latest being ZTE with the announcement at MWC of the Gingerbread baking... >>


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