ZTE plans to craft devices with 1.3GHz processors for Verizon Wireless?

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ZTE plans to craft devices with 1.3GHz processors for Verizon Wireless?
There are probably many people who are unfamiliar with ZTE, but now that they're pitching in with the launch of Verizon's Fivepot device, ZTE's name is slowly going to become more prevalent among US consumers. Sure they don't have the brand recognition like some of the other well known mobile companies out there, like Nokia or Motorola, but that's not stopping them from attacking the US market with some potentially uplifting devices that pack some serious firepower under the hood.

Rumors are swirling around that the telecommunications manufacturer plans on moving forward in getting their name out there by producing some “high end” Android powered smartphones for the number one wireless carrier in the country. There are barely any concrete specifics surrounding their intentions, but some whispers in the air hint to devices powered by 1.3GHz processors – which of course, should lift an eye or so.

Still, Verizon looks to keep a commanding presence in the Android world as we just might see yet another manufacturer on board in crafting a top tiered Android device for them.

source: BGR



1. tomorrowisnow unregistered

Pretty soon you are going to need to figure out your debt-to-income ratio to be able to afford VZW and it flagship devices that come out every 30 seconds.

2. RobC unregistered

Who says you have to buy everything that comes out when it comes out? That's like buying a new model year car everytime one comes off the line. I suppose it's fine if you have the disposable income for it but if you're going to gripe and complain about it...

3. cc16177

Posts: 312; Member since: May 09, 2010

Yeah god damn it Verizon Wireless, why can't you go back to the days where there are no high end smartphones that way none of us have to fork out money for nice phones. Jesus.

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