Tag Archive: Blade


Today is #CutTheCordDay — enter to win a Series 4 TV and Mohu Blade antenna!

Actually, they’re giving away a hundred cord-cutting bundles!

July 7 is National Cut the Cord Day. And if you’re reading this, one of two things has happened: Either you’ve already cut the cord, which is awesome, or you’re thinking about cutting the cord, which is even more awesome. As always, though, the question remains where to start. First, you need a good TV. And second, you need a good over-the-air antenna.

And as such, TCL (maker of  [Read More…]

ZTE dials up mid-range Blade V9 and Blade V9 Vita

ZTE adds two new members to its Blade family of smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2018. The Blade V9 and Blade V9 are mid-range phones in a sexier and more modern design.

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Blade Runner 2049 Speakerhat review: I guess I wear music now

I’m a sucker for cyberpunk, and this thing was screaming my name.

Living in a world where nostalgia is practically weaponized against young adults with functioning wallets, I’m used to skipping over the latest quick attempt to make a buck. I’m a collector of nerdy things, but I try really hard to avoid the cheap stuff that hops on the latest bandwagon. The release of a new Blade Runner movie guarantees a resurgence of poorly-made glowing umbrellas  [Read More…]

ZTE Blade Z MAX – a potential game-changer in the budget smartphone scene (Review)

As I touched on when I went hands on with Metro’s ZTE Blade Z Max a couple weeks back, this phone has a ton of potential to redefine the concept of a budget smartphone. Typically when we think of budget phones, we look to low-end phones from big-name manufacturers such as LG and Samsung; poor […]

ZTE Blade Z Max boasts dual rear cameras for only $129

The adoption of the dual rear camera system among smartphones has been quick, and now you can find the feature on a lot of different phones. This includes devices with low price tags.

That’s where the ZTE Blade Z Max comes in. The follow-up to last year’s ZMAX Pro, the Blade Z Max has 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel rear cameras that can give images a bokeh effect (blurry background) and also shoot photos in monochrome. It’s running Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.

The Blade Z Max’s  [Read More…]

Hands on with a potentially game-changing budget phone – Metro’s ZTE Blade Z Max

Going into my first hands-on with a major phone company, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Was it gonna be a room full of people in a formal setting? Was there going to be food? Was it a private hands on, or would there be other bloggers there? Fortunately, it turned out to be […]

ZTE Blade Z Max hands-on: A giant smartphone for any budget

The Blade Z Max is a big phone with a 4,080mAh battery that doesn’t cost all that much.

Don’t turn your nose up at a budget device. For many smartphones users, that’s often the only kind they can afford, and they shouldn’t have to settle.

The ZTE Blade Z Max is one of those devices that may seem like it skimps on features because of its comparatively meager price tag, but it’s a nice little big smartphone  [Read More…]

The ZTE Blade Spark could be one of the best sub-$100 smartphones

The ZTE Blade Spark is a new device available through AT&T’s PREPAID plan which offers a respectable spec sheet for less than $ 100.

ZTE Blade X Max launches for under $150

ZTE have announced a new 6″ device running Android 7.1.1 for under $ 150. The ZTE Blade X Max will launch on Cricket Wireless for only $ 149.99 and go on sale Friday, May 12. For under $ 150 the ZTE Blade X Max boasts: ·         Android 7.1.1: The Blade X Max ships with Android Nougat 7.1.1 out […]

ZTE launches 6-inch, $149 Blade X Max with Cricket Wireless

Another budget phone for AT&T’s discount brand.

ZTE and Cricket Wireless have teamed up to launch another budget device in the U.S. market, and this one is definitely worth looking at.

The Blade X Max, similar to the Max XL that launched at Boost Mobile last month, is a massive 6-inch device with entry-level specs for $ 149. For that, you get an octa-core Snapdragon 435 processor, 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage, along with a  [Read More…]