February 20, 2012

ZTE unveils the PF200 and N910 Android ICS smartphones

ZTE has announced that they will be announcing at Mobile World Congress 2012, which is bound to happen just around the corner, two new smartphone that run on Android's latest iteration, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The two new smartphones are dubbed as the ZTE PF200 (photo: above) and the ZTE N910 (photo: below). Both handsets are equipped with LTE connectivity, so for those who wants fast mobile internet, these should be part of you choice in buying a new smartphone. 

That device you see above is the N910 which is also running on Android 4.0 ICS. ZTE's press release was not really all out in giving us the specs of each device. The N910 is powered by a 1.2GHz processor (either single or dual-core). The PF200 is being powered by a 1.5GHz processor. In terms of screen size, they sport a 4.3" qHD display and a WVGA display for the PF200 and the N910, respectively.

Anyway, when ZTE finally showcases the smartphone during MWC 2012, pretty sure the devices will then come with detailed specs.


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