CES kicks off 2012 for ZTE, a year in which the company will drive LTE adoption by launching a full series of LTE handset products, including smartphones, hotspots, tablets and fixed station products. New devices will also feature powerful, high-end technology while enhancing users’ experience with audio, visual and touch functionality.
"In 2012, ZTE will put additional resources into developing LTE devices, which are very important as we increase market share across the world,” said He Shiyou, Executive Vice President, and Head of the Terminal Handset Division, ZTE. “ZTE will also develop middle- to high-end handsets and work with our partners worldwide to create flagship and series products that meet customers' demands."
ZTE’s smartphone portfolio will see an expansion this year with new handsets running the latest operating systems. In 2011, ZTE exceeded its12 million unit smartphone sales target, which reflects a 400% increase year-on-year. That figure is expected to double in 2012 with significant growth and increased market share expected in Europe, North America, Brazil and Japan.
"ZTE USA is proud of its work in 2011. We had a strong year in which we grew our presence in the United States in large part by launching a number of quality, affordable devices, many of which now bear the ZTE brand name," said Lixin Cheng, CEO, ZTE USA and President, North America Region, ZTE. "In 2012, we look forward to continuing to grow as a telecommunications leader in the U.S. market and making today’s latest technologies more accessible to American
At CES 2012, ZTE is demonstrating latest LTE handsets including Arthur, LTE tablets V6 and V8, LTE hotspots MF91, LTE datacard MF 880 and MF821, LTE CPE MF28D, and Windows Phone Tania, as well as the newest products brought to market in 2011, which included 10 devices for top tier American carriers. This year’s display of U.S. devices includes the ZTE WarpTM and ZTE ScoreTM smartphones as well as the ZTE MemoTM and ZTE ChorusTM feature phones.