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ZTE put a screen on the back of the Nubia Z18S, because why the hell not

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

Just last year, ZTE came out with the Axon M, a phone with two screens that merged to form one giant nearly-square display when it was unfolded. It looks like one awkward dual-screen phone wasn't enough for the company, judging from leaked photos (and video) of the ZTE Nubia Z18S.

Whereas the Axon M aped the Kyocera Echo's foldable concept, the Nubia Z18S follows the standard candybar form factor that every other phone does - just with another screen on the back.

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ZTE put a screen on the back of the Nubia Z18S, because why the hell not was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ZTE Axon 9 Pro hands-on: ZTE fought hard to bring us this iPhone clone

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

We will no doubt look back at the spring of 2018 as an era of intense ZTE drama. Following an enforcement action by the US Commerce Department, ZTE was cut off from all its US suppliers. The company partially shut down and put all projects on hold until it could work out a deal with the US government. One of those delayed projects was the Axon 9 Pro, which was finally unveiled at IFA 2018.

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ZTE Axon 9 Pro hands-on: ZTE fought hard to bring us this iPhone clone was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ZTE reveals €649 Axon 9 Pro, forgets why people liked the Axon 7

Thursday, August 30th, 2018

ZTE is now back in business, and today at IFA it revealed its latest Axon flagship phone — which won't be coming to the US. With no Axon 8, ZTE has jumped straight up to the Axon 9 (with a superfluous "Pro" suffix). In its short keynote, the company was adamant that it was striving "once again to improve the impressive sound of Axon," and apparently the best way to do that was by removing the Axon 7's high-end analog audio/headphone jack experience.

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ZTE reveals €649 Axon 9 Pro, forgets why people liked the Axon 7 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

TWRP support arrives for HTC U12+, Xiaomi Mi Max 3, and more

Sunday, August 19th, 2018

About a month has passed since our last TWRP installment, and several more Android devices have joined the ranks in that time. This time around, new entrants include the HTC U12+, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3, the minuscule Unihertz Jelly Pro, as well as some Samsung and ZTE Nubia phones.

Here's the full list:

If you need to download TWRP for one of these devices, you have two options: hitting the links above or grabbing the official TWRP app via the widget below.

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TWRP support arrives for HTC U12+, Xiaomi Mi Max 3, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Another government ban is targeting Huawei and ZTE hardware

Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

The past few months have been difficult for Chinese smartphone OEMs, particularly ZTE and Huawei. ZTE nearly shut down after the U.S. government placed a trade ban on the company, which was finally lifted last month. Earlier this year, AT&T and Verizon reportedly dropped plans to sell the Huawei Mate 10 Pro due to pressure from the federal government. Now both companies are under fire again, as U.S. agencies are now banned from using their telecommunications technology.

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Another government ban is targeting Huawei and ZTE hardware was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

LineageOS 15.1 coming to the Huawei Honor 4X, Fairphone 2, and more

Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

The last time we covered LineageOS, it added support for the 2016 Google Pixel and Pixel XL. Since then, more devices have been added and removed. Two Asus phones and an LG device are no longer supported, but four more phones have joined the party.

First, let's cover the removals. LineageOS 14.1 for the LG K10 (m216) has been discontinued, possibly due to the maintainer being inactive. The official forum hasn't had a reply from the developer since February.

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LineageOS 15.1 coming to the Huawei Honor 4X, Fairphone 2, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

US Commerce Department officially lifts trade ban on ZTE

Friday, July 13th, 2018

It has been a weird couple of months for ZTE since the US Commerce Department imposed a complete trade ban on ZTE that cut it off from its US suppliers. ZTE was forced to shut down while it worked on a solution with the government, and now it's back in action. The Commerce Department has confirmed that ZTE followed through with the new settlement requirements, so the trade ban is no more.

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US Commerce Department officially lifts trade ban on ZTE was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ZTE signs escrow agreement with U.S. to lift trade ban

Thursday, July 12th, 2018

After the U.S. Department of Commerce banned ZTE from importing US-made components, due to the company violating an agreement it made in 2017, ZTE shut down most operations while it fought to lift the ban. The Commerce Department told ZTE it had to pay over a billion dollars in fines and replace its entire senior leadership for the ban to be lifted, which ZTE agreed to last month.

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ZTE signs escrow agreement with U.S. to lift trade ban was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ZTE gets authorization to conduct limited business for the next month

Wednesday, July 4th, 2018

It's been nothing but bad news for ZTE over the last couple months, but there's finally a positive development for the Chinese technology firm. The US Commerce Department has temporarily lifted part of the trade ban that effectively shut down ZTE back in April. This will help ZTE keep the lights on as it works toward full compliance.

The authorization runs from July 2nd to August 1st, allowing ZTE to continue operating existing networks and equipment, as well as provide support to owners of ZTE phones.

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ZTE gets authorization to conduct limited business for the next month was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ZTE pays new $1 billion fine, but its future remains uncertain

Monday, June 25th, 2018

Chinese technology firm ZTE says it has forked over $1 billion to the US government. This is the first step toward ZTE returning to operation after a ban on purchasing US technology in April forced it to partially shut down. However, it's not out of the woods yet as the entire incident has become a political firestorm for the US administration.

ZTE got itself in this situation by failing to comply with all parts of a previous penalty for violation of US sanctions.

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ZTE pays new $1 billion fine, but its future remains uncertain was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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