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    ZTE Axon

    July 15th, 2015

    ZTE’s Axon is an affordable 5.5-inch quad HD smartphone with high-end specs including NFC. More

    ZTE GoTa GH800

    October 31st, 2013

    The ZTE GoTa 4G Smart Terminal GH800 is a rugged NFC phone and terminal designed for enterprise use. More

    ZTE Nubia Z5

    January 9th, 2013

    The ZTE Nubia Z5 is a high-end Android smartphone with a full HD 5-inch screen. More

    ZTE Grand X IN

    September 5th, 2012

    Announced in August 2012, the ZTE Grand X IN runs Android 4.0 and features a 4.3-inch screen, an Intel Atom Z2460 processor, LTE, and NFC. More

    ZTE Turkcell MaxiPLUS5

    July 16th, 2012

    The Turkcell MaxiPLUS5 is an Android 4.0 NFC smartphone, made for the Turkish operator by Chinese manufacturer ZTE. More

    ZTE Kis

    March 5th, 2012

    The ZTE Kis has a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen, 800MHz processor, and runs Android 2.3.  More

    ZTE Orbit

    March 5th, 2012

    Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE announced the Orbit in March 2012 at the Mobile World Congress. The Windows Phone 7.5-based device is unusual in that, while some variants include NFC hardware, the operating system does not support the technology. More

    ZTE Blade II

    March 5th, 2012

    Announced in March 2012 at the Mobile World Congress, the ZTE Blade II features a 3.5-inch screen, 1GHz processor and NFC. More

    ZTE PF200

    February 20th, 2012

    The ZTE PF200 is the Chinese manufacturer’s first own-branded smartphone and has a 4.3-inch capacitive touch display, 1.2GHz processor, LTE and runs Android 4.0. More

    Turkcell T11/ZTE Racer II

    February 17th, 2012

    The Turkcell T11 Maxiphone, also known as the ZTE Racer II, is an Android 2.3.4-based single wire protocol smartphone, manufactured by China’s ZTE and priced at 389TL (US$213). More

    ZTE R233

    January 25th, 2012

    An NFC-enabled variant of the ZTE R233, a low-end candybar handset, is believed to be available in limited quantities for trials. More