ZTE

ZTE poised to grow market share, thanks to Pre-5G
Believes it has a 3-4 year window to catch up to larger rivals Malaysia strategy will largely be focused on cloud solutions, smart city, Pre-5G, and others.
ZTE slices in with Blade
Two new phones for Malaysian market Targets 10 percent market share by 2018   ZTE has unveiled the ZTE Blade V7 series smartphones in Malaysia. The Blade V7 Lite is a 4G LTE dual SIM phone powered by a 1.0Ghz quad-core MediaTek MTK6735P processor, 2GB of RAM and uses Android 6.0.  
Smartfren ups the 4G ante in Indonesia
Smarfren, which started with a CDMA network, is heading strongly into the 4G LTE era, intent on bringing its customers along the journey.  
Smartfren gandeng Samsung dan Lenovo
Tetap pertahankan Andromax Pada 2016 akan ada 100 kota penyedia jaringan 4G  
ZTE’s Nubia spin-off plans global expansion
ZTE's premium smartphone brand Nubia may be little known outside of China, but it plans to make waves in the international scene with its high-end smartphones. In an e-mail interview with DNA, the brand's co-founder shared the company's plans to expand outside of China.
TM R&D wins award for research pact with ZTE
Telekom Research & Development Sdn Bhd (TM R&D) recently won the Best Broadband Partnership Award for joint research it conducted with China’s ZTE Corp.
ZTE Axon Elite Review: Design grates but cameras impress
Chinese telecom giant takes a big leap into the premium smartphone segment with the Axon Elite.  Does it have what it takes to compete with the big boys?  Find out in this review by Chong Jinn Xiung.
U Mobile and ZTE in pre-5G/ 5G pact
U Mobile Sdn Bhd said it has signed an MoU with ZTE Corporation, the China-based telecommunications, equipment and network solutions provider, to drive the development of pre-5G and the future implementation of 5G mobile network technologies locally.
Why the Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent mega-merger is significant
The telco world got a mild shock when news broke on April 15 that Finnish mobile equipment manufacturer Nokia Corp had agreed to buy Franco-American vendor Alcatel-Lucent SA in an all-stock deal valued at US$16.6 billion. Edwin Yapp breaks down the pros and cons of the deal
Why Sony is not winning the smartphone war
Sony's latest corporate strategy update is the biggest indication yet that the company is looking to find an exit for its loss-making smartphone arm, Sony Mobile Communications. Keith Liu looks at what has led the electronics giant to this point.
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