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ZTE Updates MWC Plans, Now 8 Smartphones Coming

ZTE promised to ramp up their smartphone portfolio in 2012 and it looks like they are doing that starting this weekend in Barcelona Spain at Mobile World Congress.

First we heard about two new ZTE Android powered smartphones this past Sunday. Monday we heard about the Mimosa X by ZTE. The Mimosa X will be the first Android smartphone to feature both Nvidia’s dual core processor and their HSPA+ radio.

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Now ZTE has officially announced via a press release that they are bringing 8 new devices to MWC.  Most are Android however there is a Windows Phone device scattered in there. ZTE promises phones based on Android, Windows Mobils [sic], 4G LTE, and multi-core chipsets. ZTE has vowed to be a top 3 player by 2015 and this is a great start.

“There is no doubt that this year’s Mobile World Congress will again see some exciting device launches. The new devices from ZTE will demonstrate how ZTE is without doubt among an elite group of handset providers as next generation telecommunications networks roll out globally. ZTE returns at least ten percent of its revenues back into R&D to ensure that it sustains its position as a true market innovator – and we’re counting down to being able to showcase this to the world’s mobile industry next week,” said Mr. He Shiyou, Executive Vice President and Head of the Terminals Division at ZTE.

ZTE already announced a dual core handset in the Mimosa X however they haven’t said whether or not they will unveil a quad-core Tegra 3 powered device. We’ll let you know next week from MWC. You can catch our coverage here on and on AOL/Slacker radio here.

source: ZTE via Gottabemobile

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