ZTE Skate Android 2.3 smartphone with 4.3-inch display

ZTE Skate Android 2.3 smartphone with 4.3-inch display
ZTE has launched its flagship Android smartphone, Skate, at the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona. Inspired by the skateboard, the ZTE Skate is fashionably thin and lightweight at only 120g, featuring a large 4.3-inch screen to provide an optimal web surfing experience to consumers. It uses the Android 2.3 operating system, an 800MHz processor and the Adreno 200 graphics processing unit (GPU) to support the widescreen, high-definition display. In addition, the ZTE Skate also incorporates a 5MP camera, multimedia Bluetooth extension, A-GPS capability, hardware compass, and G-sensor.

The open Android operating system ensures that Skate can run an extensive range of apps, meeting not only the in-depth customization needs of operators, but also providing a user-friendly UI, and convenient and powerful multimedia features. Skate supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE at 900/1800/1900MHz and HSDPA/UMTS at 900/2100MHz, as well as WiFi internet access.

The ZTE Skate is expected to be available from May 2011 in markets worldwide. The smart phone launch also kicks off ZTE's "Light Your Smart World" smart product strategy. At GSMA Mobile World Congress 2011, ZTE will showcase a range of smart terminals including its Android-based Amigo slide phone designed for young and fashionable users, the highly successful Blade Android smartphone, and the F952 handset running Brew MP and supporting the WAC (Wholesale Applications Community).
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