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ZTE to debut world's slimmest quad-core smartphone

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Tuesday 18 September 12

ZTE Corporation a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, today announced at PT/EXPO COMM CHINA 2012 that it will debut sales of its ultra…

ZTE Corporation a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, today announced at PT/EXPO COMM CHINA 2012 that it will debut sales of its ultra-thin quad-core Grand Era U985 model smartphone in China.

During the expo, the company also display a range of cutting-edge products such as smartphones, tablet PCs and high-speed data cards and chips.

The Grand Era U985 is a historical breakthrough in domestic handsets: It contains a PC-class Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU and operates on the advanced Android 4.0 platform. It also has 3D acceleration capacity, an 8M-pixel BSI AF HD camera and a 4.5-inch HD retinal screen at a resolution of 1280x720. It is ultra-thin, with an average thickness of 8.6mm and a thickness of 7.9mm at its slimmest section. It is currently the thinnest available quad-core handset. The Grand Era also adheres to an expert-class hardware and software safety protection standard called "Palm Manager,” which was independently developed by ZTE.

“The Grand Era has opened the door to the quad-core era for ZTE smart phones,” said ZTE Executive Vice President Mr. He Shiyou. “We believe these products will produce a butterfly effect across the industry, domestically and abroad.”

ZTE will also display additional powerful quad-core phone models at the expo including the Grand Era V985 and the Grand Era LTE. It will also display dual-core dual HD upscale terminal products such as the Grand V970 and Grand U930.


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