ZTE to show off 8 new devices at MWC 2012, quad-core flagship in tow

ZTE to show off 8 new devices at MWC 2012, quad-core flagship in tow
Over the past few days, we were introduced to not one, not two, but three new devices from ZTE. First, the ZTE PF200 and ZTE N910 were previewed flaunting LTE connectivity and running Android 4.0 ICS, and soon after, the Tegra 2 powered ZTE Mimosa X was made official. However, it turns out that these three Android devices were just the tip of the smartphone iceberg.

A total of 8 new devices will be introduced by ZTE at MWC 2012 – that is what was the company officially announced today. Both Ice Cream Sandwich and Windows Phone smartphones will be unveiled, among which we will see a “new quad-core flagship handset”.

By expanding its portfolio of smartphones, ZTE is hoping to become the world's top three handset provider by 2015. Sounds ambitious? Well, ZTE is actually the fourth biggest phone maker right now, its smartphone shipments for the last quarter have exceeded the expected figures, and successfully establishing itself on the U.S. market might just do the trick for ZTE.

For further details, check out the press release below, and if you are curious about those upcoming ZTE smartphones, keep an eye on our MWC 2012 coverage.

source: ZTE via Engadget



2. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

I wouldn't use one of their phones if it was given to me free of charge and they paid my bill for the next two years. The quality is horrible. Once improvement is done (if it is done), I will talk to you then.

1. midhun

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 26, 2011

They are following the footsteps of Sammy, "flood the market with smartphones".

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