Phones that have no borders around their displays make us say, "Hnnnnnnnnnng."
ZTE's crowdsourced phone that's surprisingly not called Phoney McPhoneface is now official and packs pretty decent midrange specs for just $199.
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ZTE aims to combine high-end features and an affordable price with its Blade V8 Pro smartphone.
And it's not even named Phoney McPhoneface.
A super-affordable ZTE Blade phone finally slices its way to the US.
ZTE plans to release its own Android Wear watch this year, the head of its US division tells CNET.
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