ZTE ready to grab greater market share with new mobile devices

Telecomlead Team:
ZTE has announced a plethora of mobile
devices and technologies at the Mobile World Congress 2012. The most
significant devices among them include the Era smartphone that features
quad-core processors and the PF 100 tablet.


The ZTE Era is the flagship device launch from ZTE at
Mobile World Congress and is part of a series of eight new devices unveiled at
the event. Based on technology innovations including quad-core chipsets, LTE
and the latest Android and Windows Phone platforms, the new devices deliver
high definition multimedia capabilities.


The ZTE Era runs Android 4.0 and has an Nvidia Tegra 3
processor, which runs at 1.3GHz. The Era is 7.8 millimeters thick, and has a
4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 960 by 540 pixels, compared to the
4.7-inch high-definition screens used by HTC and LG phones.


ZTE to unveil LTE, Windows Phone and multi-core Android devices


Another major release at the MWC 2012 was PF100, the new
tablet from ZTE powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor. In this product the
processor runs at 1.5GHz. The tablet has a 10-inch screen with a resolution
that was only specified as WXGA. That designation can cover resolutions from
1280 by 720 pixels up to 1366 by 768 or 1280 by 800.


The tablet also has 16GB of memory and two cameras; a
5-megapixel camera on the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front.


Among the Android-based devices released at the event,
Mimosa X and the Kis, run Android 4.0. The Kis also has a 4.5-inch
high-definition screen and supports HSPA+, according to ZTE.


Meanwhile Huawei has
unveiled the fastest quad-core smartphone, the Huawei Ascend D quad at the
Mobile World Congress 2012. 


Powered by Huawei’s K3V2 quad-core CPU at either 1.2 GHz
or 1.5 GHz, the Ascend D quad offers more features with an Android 4.0
operating system and Huawei’s power management system which provides up to 30
percent in energy savings.


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