YotaPhone 3 to be manufactured by China's ZTE

YotaPhone 2Yota Devices - the Russian company behind the dual-screen YotaPhone and YotaPhone 2 (shown below) smartphones - has entered into an agreement with ZTE that will see the Chinese company manufacturing the next generation YotaPhone, expected to be called YotaPhone 3.

"The partnership involves the production of new generation of YotaPhone smartphones, as well as the development and integration of mobile services and software," the company said in a report. Until now, the YotaPhones were manufactured in Singapore.

YotaPhone 3 to be manufactured by China's ZTE

As for the launch time-frame, it was revealed that the device will debut in Q1 next year, although no exact date was confirmed. Initially, around 100,000 units of the smartphone are expected to be produced, the report noted.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: smartphones, ZTE

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Alexandre#10 0
Chris and others. I took a look at the <a href="http://zjwethmp.com">opnneig</a> link. Many of the problems look to be unfamiliarity with the options menu settings to correct some resetting of a home page [although browser hijacks can do that too and that's more complicated]. I looked a generic item about I upgraded to 7.0.1 and it runs slow/funny/intermittently slow, etc.]. I give the link because I thing Chris should respond about trying to get a standardized more info response. (I forgot to ask, upgrading to 7.0.1 from WHICH VERSION). But for anyone taking the challenge of helping others, have a look at the suggestion that a troubleshooting information log be appended because it gives so much info that a written question might omit:Chris, use this as a start, think about it, and please in a reply try to suggest some better worded standardized text. I am almost certain my slowness problem is self-inflicted, and I need to clean up some tabs, decide which pdf items to delete or to save to disk, etc. Some may have unrealistic expectations, and a log showing a ton of addons with addon compatability checking might be at fault.Then, Chris, if you have canned standardized language for troubleshooting addons, disable half, see if problem's fixed, enable those and disable other half, any logical protocol to zero in on something, please post that. In trying to isolate a problem with addons, two in conflict, there is some intuition that two tab management ones might conflict, etc., but sometimes it's not intuitive.There should be standard approaches to ask a user to try, vs. Joe replying What about X, and Sam replying, What about Y? Finally, it seems intuitive to take a snapshot of installed stuff, via the Troubleshooting Information capability, of a stable install, BEFORE upgrading. If anythings's amiss, I lost my bookmarks, I lost my addons, at least the addon log exists.Is there a comparable bookmark log/snapshot tool? In synching and importing/exporting bookmarks, is there a way to create a plaintext log first, before dinking around? To print out places info to a plaintext log? Is the thinking that such a feature may cause more headaches thatn it would cure?I keep few bookmarks, and there are addons such as Read it Later, but I expect many users bookmark far too much, and cry later. I prefer drag/drop links to a daily pointers directory since I can do that from multiple browsers. I know bookmarking with tags works, but it takes upfront time to make retrieval easier, with addons that help tagging; but that takes upfront patience.However, many generic help posts are about lost addons or lost bookmarks. I have read that Mozilla had a config disruption problem with the 7.0 upgrade hence a quick 7.0.1 patch release. No profile data loss, but an access/display glitch.So, Chris, you want more help participation ball's in your court on some sensible protocol steps we might need and use.
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Alexandre#20 0
Chris and others. I took a look at the <a href="http://zjwethmp.com">opnneig</a> link. Many of the problems look to be unfamiliarity with the options menu settings to correct some resetting of a home page [although browser hijacks can do that too and that's more complicated]. I looked a generic item about I upgraded to 7.0.1 and it runs slow/funny/intermittently slow, etc.]. I give the link because I thing Chris should respond about trying to get a standardized more info response. (I forgot to ask, upgrading to 7.0.1 from WHICH VERSION). But for anyone taking the challenge of helping others, have a look at the suggestion that a troubleshooting information log be appended because it gives so much info that a written question might omit:Chris, use this as a start, think about it, and please in a reply try to suggest some better worded standardized text. I am almost certain my slowness problem is self-inflicted, and I need to clean up some tabs, decide which pdf items to delete or to save to disk, etc. Some may have unrealistic expectations, and a log showing a ton of addons with addon compatability checking might be at fault.Then, Chris, if you have canned standardized language for troubleshooting addons, disable half, see if problem's fixed, enable those and disable other half, any logical protocol to zero in on something, please post that. In trying to isolate a problem with addons, two in conflict, there is some intuition that two tab management ones might conflict, etc., but sometimes it's not intuitive.There should be standard approaches to ask a user to try, vs. Joe replying What about X, and Sam replying, What about Y? Finally, it seems intuitive to take a snapshot of installed stuff, via the Troubleshooting Information capability, of a stable install, BEFORE upgrading. If anythings's amiss, I lost my bookmarks, I lost my addons, at least the addon log exists.Is there a comparable bookmark log/snapshot tool? In synching and importing/exporting bookmarks, is there a way to create a plaintext log first, before dinking around? To print out places info to a plaintext log? Is the thinking that such a feature may cause more headaches thatn it would cure?I keep few bookmarks, and there are addons such as Read it Later, but I expect many users bookmark far too much, and cry later. I prefer drag/drop links to a daily pointers directory since I can do that from multiple browsers. I know bookmarking with tags works, but it takes upfront time to make retrieval easier, with addons that help tagging; but that takes upfront patience.However, many generic help posts are about lost addons or lost bookmarks. I have read that Mozilla had a config disruption problem with the 7.0 upgrade hence a quick 7.0.1 patch release. No profile data loss, but an access/display glitch.So, Chris, you want more help participation ball's in your court on some sensible protocol steps we might need and use.
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Alexandre#30 0
Chris and others. I took a look at the <a href="http://zjwethmp.com">opnneig</a> link. Many of the problems look to be unfamiliarity with the options menu settings to correct some resetting of a home page [although browser hijacks can do that too and that's more complicated]. I looked a generic item about I upgraded to 7.0.1 and it runs slow/funny/intermittently slow, etc.]. I give the link because I thing Chris should respond about trying to get a standardized more info response. (I forgot to ask, upgrading to 7.0.1 from WHICH VERSION). But for anyone taking the challenge of helping others, have a look at the suggestion that a troubleshooting information log be appended because it gives so much info that a written question might omit:Chris, use this as a start, think about it, and please in a reply try to suggest some better worded standardized text. I am almost certain my slowness problem is self-inflicted, and I need to clean up some tabs, decide which pdf items to delete or to save to disk, etc. Some may have unrealistic expectations, and a log showing a ton of addons with addon compatability checking might be at fault.Then, Chris, if you have canned standardized language for troubleshooting addons, disable half, see if problem's fixed, enable those and disable other half, any logical protocol to zero in on something, please post that. In trying to isolate a problem with addons, two in conflict, there is some intuition that two tab management ones might conflict, etc., but sometimes it's not intuitive.There should be standard approaches to ask a user to try, vs. Joe replying What about X, and Sam replying, What about Y? Finally, it seems intuitive to take a snapshot of installed stuff, via the Troubleshooting Information capability, of a stable install, BEFORE upgrading. If anythings's amiss, I lost my bookmarks, I lost my addons, at least the addon log exists.Is there a comparable bookmark log/snapshot tool? In synching and importing/exporting bookmarks, is there a way to create a plaintext log first, before dinking around? To print out places info to a plaintext log? Is the thinking that such a feature may cause more headaches thatn it would cure?I keep few bookmarks, and there are addons such as Read it Later, but I expect many users bookmark far too much, and cry later. I prefer drag/drop links to a daily pointers directory since I can do that from multiple browsers. I know bookmarking with tags works, but it takes upfront time to make retrieval easier, with addons that help tagging; but that takes upfront patience.However, many generic help posts are about lost addons or lost bookmarks. I have read that Mozilla had a config disruption problem with the 7.0 upgrade hence a quick 7.0.1 patch release. No profile data loss, but an access/display glitch.So, Chris, you want more help participation ball's in your court on some sensible protocol steps we might need and use.
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