RICHARDSON, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ZTE USA, the fourth largest smartphone supplier in the U.S. and second largest in the no-contract market*, today introduced Z-Community, a member-led forum that will help shape the future of ZTE mobile devices and services. ZTE is putting fans first to help develop a community-sourced mobile device, called Project CSX, that will be revealed in 2017. To help create the future of mobile devices, consumers can register for Z-Community at community.zteusa.com.
“In 2015, we proved we put consumers at the heart of everything we designed, built, and delivered through the Axon smartphone series. We worked hard, persevered, and strove for greatness as defined by consumers and users,” said Lixin Cheng, chairman and CEO of ZTE USA. “In 2016, we are taking that approach to a new level and will look to Z-Community for more than improving upon what ZTE has already done, but how we develop products and services moving forward.”
While the biggest benefits come from playing a role in changing future ZTE products and services, members will also get exclusive access to events, rewards, and products. Most recently, ZTE sent fans to experience New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. Fans experienced Vegas from the sky in a helicopter, from seats at the latest shows, and from the dance floor at a New Year’s Eve party they’ll never forget.
ZTE is looking to develop deeper relationships with members that will result in products that offer more personal value to individuals. Register for Z-Community at community.zteusa.com or follow ZTE USA on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ZTEUSA or Twitter https://twitter.com/ZTE_USA and search for #zcommunity.
*Strategy Analytics, Q3 2015
About ZTE USA
ZTE USA (www.zteusa.com), headquartered in Richardson, Texas, is a subsidiary of ZTE Corporation, a global provider of mobile devices, telecommunication systems, and enterprise solutions. Operating since 1998, ZTE USA is dedicated to making cost-efficient, quality communication technology accessible to all. ZTE is ranked by independent industry analysts as the fourth-largest supplier of mobile devices in the U.S. overall, and second-largest supplier of prepaid devices.