ZTE, a telecommunications equipment maker, is set to launch its smartphones in the Nigerian market, aimed at further expanding its operations in
ZTE is currently one of the fastest-growing smartphone providers in
The company has been making record showing with its high-end Grand S, Grand memo and the ZTE nubia 5 smartphones leading to a year-on year increase of 79 per cent.
As part of the partnership, ZTE will have the opportunity to engage directly with the fans of
ZTE Nigeria which entered the country about 10 years ago is perfecting arrangements to introduce same high-end smartphones deployed in the US market into the Nigerian market.
The company said it is most interested in secured outlets that will ensure that the ZTE brand maintains its global acclaim in the Nigerian market. In 2011, ZTE embarked on an ambitious revamp of its mobile devices. Since then, the company has evolved its product lineup, offering flagship devices such as Grand Memo, Grand S, N986 and U988s for the high-end market, and diversifying from lower-cost products such as ZTE Blade and ZTE Skate.
ZTE has one of the industry's most comprehensive range of Android products, featuring devices with 4-inch, 5-inch and 5.7 inch HD displays, in addition to 5 megapixel, 8 megapixel and 13 megapixel cameras.
Through the company's collaboration with
In July, ZTE and
This year, ZTE and
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