ZTE has launched its latest smartphone at MWC in Barcelona, a Windows Phone 7 powered device with 4GB of memory and 5MPx autofocus
ZTE has unveiled the ZTE Orbit smartphone, running on Windows Phone 7.
The device was launched MWC in Barcelona.
The firm has simultaneously announced the MF668A data card which takes advantage of Microsoft’s Mobile Broadband Class Driver in Windows 8.
“The Windows Phone platform is as powerful as it is intuitive, enabling us to create and deliver exciting new devices that meet real consumer demand,” said Mr. He Shiyou, Executive Vice President and Head of the Terminal Division of ZTE. “Our partnership with Microsoft is a key component of our strategy to grow our share of the smartphone market. ZTE is proud to be at the forefront of device manufacturers who are using the Windows Phone platform.”
The ZTE Orbit has 4GB of memory, HD Voice, and a 5MPx autofocus camera with LED flash.
The ZTE Orbit will be released in Q2 2012.