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Category Archive: ZTE

ZTE handsets with Near Field Communication technology

Sprint Flash made by ZTE

Sprint Flash nfc enabled phone from ZTE

Sprint Flash, ZTE and NFC High-end specs without paying the top prize. No surprise, it’s from China. Probably the first ZTE handset with NFC chip in the USA. Read and write nfc tags, share with Beam nfc app. No info about supporting Google mobile wallet yet. No big announcements, suddenly he’s there, at Sprint. 12.6 …

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ZTE Grand X IN + NFC

ZTE Grand X IN nfc enabled android phone with intel chip

ZTE Grand X IN with Intel and NFC inside. The Grand X IN is ZTE’s first flagship smartphone in Europe with an Intel chip Inside (IN stands for Intel). And probably not the last ZTE windows phone, “we look forward to building our partnership with Intel” No words about NFC, but we find the NFC …

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ZTE Orbit announced

ZTE Orbit NFC enabled handset

ZTE ORBIT ZTE announced its second Windows Phone smartphone, it’s the first Windows handset on the market with an NFC chip. The ZTE Orbit will run the latest version of Windows Phone O.S., Windows Phone 7.5 Mango with the Tango update. The Tango-update adds greater support for low-end phones, a smooth working O.S. with only …

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ZTE Blade II

ZTE Blade 2 Orange San Francisco 2 NFC enabled handset

ZTE Blade II / Orange San Francisco II ZTE Blade II NFC enabled handset is the successor to ZTE Blade launched in 2010. Attention, NFC seems to be optional ! ZTE about this handset; The Blade “sold remarkably well” and the Blade II “is expected to be popular”. “The Blade series aims at the fashionable …

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ZTE PF200 announced

zte pf200 nfc enabled handset

ZTE PF200 ZTE is “planning to launch” (?) the PF200, an NFC enabled LTE handset running Android 4.0 (ICS). After the Turkcell branded T11, (only) the second NFC enabled handset from ZTE. ZTE wants to become the number three phone maker in the world by 2015, and announced a lot of new (non nfc) handsets …

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