Everybody’s pretty excited to see what smartphone and tablet manufacturers will be announcing at the upcoming Mobile World Congress scheduled for this weekend. This is why they have been looking out for information on what new devices can be expected from their favorite device manufacturers.
Over here at Android Authority, we also can’t hold our excitement. That is why we have kept our readers up to date with the latest news. Although we’ve been talking mostly about the Samsung Galaxy S3 and rumored quad-core Huawei smartphones, we have to play fair and give news on the other manufacturers that are also planning something big for the public; and certainly, we have reason to believe ZTE is doing remarkably well in the inexpensive smartphone market. But now that we’ve learned the company hopes to make it big in the high-end smartphone market too, we’re keeping our fingers crossed! As part of this attempt, ZTE has announced (at least) a couple of these devices will be revealed at the MWC on Sunday. Here are more details about these devices:
The PF200 is an Android smartphone running on the latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS. It features a 4.3-inch screen complete with a 960x540p resolution and 1.2GHz processor. As for its camera, it will have a 8MP rear camera and a front-facing camera capable of recording up to 1080p video. According to ZTE, the PF200 will support the main GSM, LTE, and UMTS bands.
On the other hand, the N910 is another device which ZTE is slated to announce at the MWC. Compared to the previous smartphone, the N910 is a lower-end model which will run on Android 4.0 and have a 1.5GHz processor. Other specs include a 800×480 capacitive touchscreen, 5MP rear camera, front facing camera, and 1080p video capture. It is also headed towards the LTE and CDMA networks, so you can bet it will be available on Verizon.
The ZTE Mimosa is also another device scheduled for revealing at the MWC. However, we don’t have any information on that as of this writing. Also, there are still a number of missing information on these devices but since the MWC is just a few days away, we’ll leave it at that. However, if you are dissatisfied with these devices, ZTE says that these are just some of the first devices they are announcing over the coming months. So you can stay tuned for that as well!