ZTE to outpace Nokia, will launch a WP7 device in Q3
0. phoneArena 25 May 2011, 05:24 posted on
ZTE might have surprisingly for some made it into the top 5 global phone makers for 2010, but even more shocking is news about the Chinese phone maker outpacing Nokia when it comes to launching a Windows Phone handset…
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1. Mad Iguana (unregistered)
Where in that quote is Q3 mentioned? It sounds interesting, but I'm wondering where the Q3 element came from? Or is it just a nice headline attention-grabber to say that ZTE are outpacing Nokia?
9. ATTCallCenter (unregistered)
Right after the bolded text..."ZTE will roll out its first WP-based phone in the third quarter of the year in Nokia’s stronghold – Europe, according to executives from the Chinese tech giant"
10. Mad Iguana (unregistered)
But that's not a quote, is it? That's the journalist reporting a story. If there is a quote to back it up, then fair enough, but where is it.
For example, I could make up a story:
ATTCallCenter today said that he has sex with goats. In a conversation with Mad Iguana, he said "I don't like iguanas, that's a silly name. I much prefer goats."
ATTCallCenter is a user who posts on Phonearena and is well-known for his witty and intelligent comments... etc.
Now I have no proof that you said what I stated in the first line; therefore, where is the evidence that you said it?
11. SemperFiV12 (Posts: 868; Member since: 09 Nov 2010)
you got way too but hurt, too quick... but you've got a point.
2. Kurkeminvado (unregistered)
They are in the top 5 global phone makers for 2010 because they are selling phones in europe to mobile companies to sell them like operators brand as low cost phones
3. Denio (Posts: 23; Member since: 15 Feb 2011)
If the build quality, design and performance is good than why not? I personally don't care about brands anymore.
6. CTAPEEM (unregistered)
Even if ZTE sells phones mostly on the Chinese market, it'd be enough to end up in the top 5. Considering that most phones are partially made/mostly assembled in China, I wouldn't worry about the know-how aspect. Let's wait and see...