• ZTE Racer

    Coming in on the low end of the Android spectrum, the ZTE Link was unveiled back in February 2010 at the Mobile world Congress and launched on May 6th 2010 in France. A UK version is due out late 2010 renamed as the "ZTE Racer". Some of the main specs include a 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen at 320×240 pixels, a 3.2MP camera and all the wireless goodies you'd expect such as GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi.

    That’s not a bad looking phone, and could make for a great low-priced alternative to some of the higher-spec'd devices.

  • News & Updates

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    Play, Three Stocking White ZTE Blade (San Francisco), ZTE Racer

    For you folks who need something a bit brighter in your pocket, a pair of affordable phones have gotten painted white and are now on store shelves. First up, Play is now stocking Orange’s San Francisco phone – which is an own-branded ZTE Blade – in white for 99 British pounds to walk away without […]

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    Android 2.1 ZTE Racer Headed to 3UK

    When ZTE first unveiled their intentions to get a whole group of Android smartphones out onto the market, it seemed they would mostly be low-end devices running older versions of Android. They are still mostly leaning towards the lower-end of the SPECtrum (see what I did there), but at least with time the version of […]