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Mobile Phone Review Round Up: Motorola Razr, BlackBerry Curve 9360, HTC Sensation XL, ZTE Skate, RIM BlackBerry Curve 9360, Asus Eee Pad Transformer, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, HTC Titan, Sony Ericsson Xperia Active, Samsung Galaxy W, HTC Rhyme


Motorola Razr review


Orange announces ZTE own branded San Francisco II

San Francisco II


Mobile phone network Orange has launched the San Francisco II Android mobile phone, on pay as you go deals with cost attached of £99 for the device.

Orange leaks own branded San Francisco II ZTE made phone, on phone’s support page

Accidently, or course

One part of the Everything Everywhere mobile phone network Orange has accidently unveiled the yet be officially announced San Francisco II mobile phone – as the successor to this year’s ZTE Blade network-branded handset.

ZTE Skate mobile phone AKA Orange Monte Carlo on sale tomorrow for £219


And without being tied to Orange

On-line mobile phone reseller Clove has announced the ZTE flagship Skate handset will be available to buy on Tuesday 27th of September, for under £220 and without any Orange branding whatsoever.

ZTE ships 35 million mobile phones

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With the help of friends Everywhere

OEM handset makers ZTE has announced it has shipped 35 million handsets, during just six months of 2011.

ZTE Skate – exclusive hands-on pictures

One Mobile Ring recently attended the launch event of the ZTE partnership with Brightpoint, which heralds in a new venture for ZTE – where it will be retailing their own mobile phones, under their own brand name.

ZTE launches own name handsets

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With a sub £250 mobile

Well-established Chinese OEM phone manufacturer ZTE has announced it has partnered with mobile phone distributor Brightpoint in the UK, to launch ZTE own branded mobile phones.

ZTE unveils flagship mobile phone


Mobile World Congress: ZTE now on thin ice

Chinese telecoms manufacturer ZTE has brought out at Barcelona’s MWC a top of the range Android handset, the Skate.

ZTE sub £100 Android handset comes to Three

A phone racing ahead of the competition


Mobile phone network Three has unveiled the ZTE Racer budget Android phone on their network, running the latest Google OS version of 2.1 and all for £99 on pay as you go.

ZTE F107

When you first switch on the F107, there is an ominous sense of familiarity about the menu items and the structure of the device. Those of you who remember the early Nokia phones like the 5110 will be able to reflect on ‘warmer’ times, when selecting menu items was more instantaneous, buttons few and social networking sites a mere classroom daydream.