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ZTE's premium brand integrates Lucid PowerXtend software

Wednesday 9 July 2014 | 15:19 CET | News
Technology developer Lucidlogix (Lucid) has announced that nubia, premium brand of ZTE, one of China's telecom equipment manufacturers, have chosen to integrate Lucid PowerXtend software into its devices, the nubia Z7 series. Lucid PowerXtend lengthens mobile battery time up to 50 percent when playing games, browsing the web or navigating. PowerXtend's software also runs seamlessly on nubia devices, supporting the WeChat games and Baidu navigation apps that are popular in China. Nubia is integrating the entire suite of Lucid PowerXtend software, which includes GameXtend, NavXtend and

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Baidu / ZTE Belgium
Countries: China
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