ZTE Blade S6 reviewed, a budget Lollipop iPhone?
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Snapdragon 615 ready for fancy dress party

The ZTE Blade S6 is the Chinese company’s latest crack at the mid-range smartphone segment, but is its fancy body writing cheques its internals can’t cash? 

ZTE Blade S6 Plus available worldwide on eBay
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Priced at $299.99, £199.99 and €276.99

ZTE has announced that it has launched its Blade S6 Plus worldwide and it will be exclusive to eBay.

ZTE Nubia Z9 is official in Max and Mini flavours
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Aluminium build, Snapdragon 810 in flagship model

ZTE is introducing the new Nubia Z9 flagship today and so far we like what we are seeing. 

More ZTE Nubia Z9 pictures leak
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Tiny bezels, all-metal build

ZTE may be about to surprise the market with a very sleek flagship phone, with extremely thin bezels. 

Bezel-free ZTE Nubia Z9 leaks, again
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Good looking curved glass, no specs yet

ZTE is gearing up to take on Huawei, Xiaomi and Meizu in the high-end space, and its upcoming flagship phone certainly has the looks to pull it off. 

ZTE and Huawei jump value phablet bandwagon
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Cheap 5.5-inchers are the new black

A number of phonemakers have rolled out very affordable phablets over the past couple of months, and the trend is spearheaded by Chinese brands. 

ZTE Blade S6 shipping in Europe
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64-bit Qualcomm and Lollipop in a familiar package 

The ZTE Blade S6 is a mid-range phone designed for the Asian market, but now it’s coming to Europe and it has a couple of things going for it. 


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Competitively priced Z7, Z7 Max and Z7 mini

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