Apparently, Android smartphones are big in China. After Huawai teased the tech journalists with invitations hinting to the quad core smartphone powered by the latest Android version, Ice Cream Sandwich to be released at this years’ edition of Mobile World Congress, now the Chinese company ZTE is getting ready to release two more smartphones running on ICS at the same event.
One of the models ZTE will introduce to the market in just a few days is ZTE PF200. Among the technical specifications the company let slip information about a 4.3 inch QHD capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 540×960, and a rear facing camera with an 8MP sensor. The smartphone will feature a front facing camera as well with 1080p video capabilities, good enough for video calling. We also gave a few acronyms that could sound sexy when it comes to brand new high end smartphone: LTE, UMTS and GSM radios, as well as NFC, and DLNA and MHL high-def outputs. Yes, the ZTE PF200 will have all that, not to mention the already mentioned ICS. If this is not enough the phone will also come with Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, Wi-Fi and A-GPS.
In addition, the Shenzhen based company will release the ZTE N910. This model sounds more modest, compared to the previous mentioned smartphone from ZTE, however is impressive enough. The ZTE N910 will be able to work on LTE FDD, CDMA and EVDO spectrums. When it comes to the display and picture capturing capability, N910 can only show off a WVGA touch screen with 800 x 480 and a 5 MP camera.
And this is not all, we should expect more high end devices from this company, as He Shiyou, Executive Vice President and Head of the Terminal Division of ZTE announced. “These LTE devices are the fore-runners of a wide range of LTE devices ZTE will bring to the market in the coming months, and as more and more LTE networks come on stream,” he said in a press release.
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