Affordable mobile-maker ZTE is preparing to roll into Barcelona with a range of no less than eight new gadgets debuting at the Mobile World Congress which begins on Monday 22nd February and runs until Thursday 1st March.
The Chinese co. has come a long way since supplying networks such as T-Mobile and Orange with self-branded hardware the likes of the San Francisco and has recently impressed us with its own name respectable spec devices at satisfying prices. Handsets like the Tania Windows Phone have helped ZTE outsell even Apple in 2011 and they have now unveiled a trio of Android ICS based goodies ahead of the full and voluminous product launches at the Spanish trade show. These early peek handsets are the ZTE PF200, ZTE N910 and ZTE Mimosa X.
The first two mentioned smartphones we covered a few days ago, but a brief recap finds the ZTE PF200 rocking a generous 4.3” with 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, qHD touchscreen and an 8-megapixel shooter with 1080p video output. And the ZTE N910, which features a 1.5GHz CPU (allegedly a single core on this one), no spec on screen size or resolution but we’d believe it will be a WVGA display and the gadget will also pack a 5-megapixel rear-camera.
The ZTE Mimosa X is a new addition, again featuring Android’s latest, version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This 4.3” screened mobile handset will be powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 dual-core processor chip (spec not known), a 4GB internal storage with potential to contain up to 32GB of data on MicroSD and it also includes a respectable 5-megapixel shooter.
It’s also be alleged that ZTE will be bringing a heavyweight quad-core contender with them to the MWC and it could be a Clash of the Titans when HTC also pull up at the Fira de Barcelona next Monday with its newly rebranded HTC One range, including a few quad-cores of their own.