ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia was active in launching telephones in 2018. However, due to the fact ZTE was banned in the U.S. for illicitly selling equipment to Iran and North Korea and it was on the verge of bankruptcy, it might not launch a lot of phones last year. Hopefully, the year 2019 will be different for the company as it confirmed last day it will be releasing the initial 5G smartphone in the initially half of the year. In addition, it has In addition revealed that it will be launching new Axon and Blade series of phones.
ZTE did not disclose any reports on the specifications of its upcoming 5G smartphone. However, the company has established that it will be using the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 tech expo platform in Ferburay to reveal more details on its 5G plans.
At the Customer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, ZTE had claimed that it will be launching its first 5G cameraphone in early 2019. But, in November it pushed the release of its initially 5G smartphone to the initial half of 2019. New reports shared by the company last day suggests that the company is on track on its 5G aims and it is gearing up to launch its first 5G phone in the next number of months.
In April 2018, ZTE carried out its initial 5G testing based on the 3GPP R15 standard. Later in October, it tried its initial 5G call and in November, it conducted other tests on phone calls, internet connectivity and WeChat.
There is no reports in the world on the Axon and Blade models that will be unleashed in this year. There is a chance that the company may perhaps debut fresh Blade phones at the MWC 2019 in the coming month and release Axon smartphones in the second half of the year at the IFA 2019 event.
Multiple cameraphone manufacturers are gearing up to release 5G smartphones this year. At the CES 2019 keynote in Las Vegas, Qualcomm claimed that it is expecting far more than 30 5G-enabled devices to launch this year and most of them will be handsets. Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony, Motorola, OnePlus, OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi are few of the companies that are likely to announce 5G smartphones this year.