ZTE Shows First BREW Based Smartphone
Published on: 15th Feb 2010
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ZTE has shown off its first smartphone based on Qualcomm's BREW platform the ZTE Bingo. In addition, ZTE has showcased 5 Android smartphone models for the first time. ZTE is now offering handsets based on Linux, Windows Mobile and OMS platforms.
Equipped with an accelerator, the ZTE Bingo supports HSDPA 7.2Mbps download speed, and adopts a new dynamic UI that supports application development and multi-touch functionality. The mobile phone is also equipped with 5 million/300,000-pixel dual cameras, a 3.2-inch touch screen and A-GPS positioning.
"With the development of the communication industry, smartphones will become more popular. Goldman Sachs analyst shows that smartphone sales will grow by 38% in 2010. In Europe and even worldwide, smartphones will become a very important development direction for ZTE in 2010," said Mr. Lin Qiang, President of ZTE's Mobile Phone Operation Department in Europe, stressing the importance of smartphones. In fact, ZTE not only has got widely involved in Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android, OMS, BMP and other operating systems but also provides various configurations for different levels of consumers to meet their diversified demands.
Pricing and availability still to be clarified.