THE world's fourth-largest mobile-phone manufacturer based on 2012 unit sales, ZTE, brings to the Philippine mobile market four new smartphones catering both first-time users as well as full-featured smartphone users aimed to enhance users' mobile experience.
For the past two years ZTE shifted its focus to the smartphone market and has now covered every price range and feature level with the launch of both ZTE V795 and ZTE V829 as entry-level smartphones with its simple and user-friendly interface. And for the more advanced smartphone features, ZTE V967S and ZTE V969 would be an interesting fit to the market with the sleek and chic design matched with its optimized battery management for a long-lasting mobile experience. All four phones run on ZTE's user interface, MiFavor, delivering intuitive operations and personal customization.
The V969 is a dual-SIM smartphone with a 5.5-inch TFT-capacitive touchscreen display and a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and an FM radio function with 400 hour-rated standby time (retails for P11,990). The V967S Grand S runs on Android 4.2 from its quad-core processor (P9,490). The dual-band V829 has a 4.5-inch TFT-capacitive touchscreen display (P5,590), while the entry-level V795 Kis II retails for P3,190 and runs on Android 4.2.
The introduction of these new smartphones also mounts ZTE's announcement of its partnership with the
ZTE's brand was named as one of the fastest-growing smartphone brand in the US holding 17 percent of market share in the first quarter of 2013. Globally, ZTE holds 5-percent market share in smartphone shipments in the second half of this year. ZTE said it is now on a direction to position itself as competitive brand for high-end smartphones. In
Chen said ZTE wants to be the No. 1 in
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