ZTE Corporation has started displaying several of its LTE
terminals at the PT/EXPO COMM China 2011in Beijing, a next-generation
communications technology conference running from Sept. 26 to 30.
The ZTE display features FDD-CDMA dual-mode dual-core
smartphone. It has a 1.2G dual-core processor, operates Android 2.3 and can
support 4G and 3G networks, FDD-LTE and CDMA-EVDO simultaneously. It also
supports use of a 4GB SD card and has a 1780mAh high-capacity battery.
The ZTE display also features TD-LTE/TD-SCDMA/GSM
multi-mode dual standby smart terminal, the ZTE V2 TD-LTE smartphone. The
product has a 4.1-inch capacitive touch panel, operates Android 2.3 and
supports multi-mode high speed wireless broadband. It also offers high-speed
internet access, auto-roaming on TD-LTE.
The company is also exhibiting two ZTE LTE tablet PCs at
the exhibition. The V66 and V68 support LTE CDMA/EVDO internet, and have 7- and
10-inch high-resolution capacitive touch panels respectively. The tablets
utilize a 1.2GHz dual core processor, and run on the Android 3.2 operating
ZTE acquired the sole HiG3 commercial contract with Sweden
Hutchison Whampoa for its TD-LTE multi-mode wireless broad band router, the ZTE
MF28G. This made the product the first globally commercialized TD-LTE
multi-mode wireless broadband router.
Apart from its LTE terminals, ZTE’s entire smart terminal
product line is on display at the expo, including its first Windows Phone, the
ZTE Tania and the flagship Blade and Skate smartphones. ZTE also is showcasing
several 3G application technologies and service modes at the expo, highlighting
its developments in interoperability.
ZTE recently announced that it has been selected
by ANTEL (Administracin Nacional de Telecomunicaciones) to assist in
providing 300,000 subscribers in Uruguay with a Gigabit Passive Optical Network
(GPON). The tender is one of the largest ever issued in the South American
By Telecomlead.com Team