ZTE intentions include Android and Windows Phone 7 Devices
The Chinese handset manufacturer ZTE has some big plans for the mobile phone market according to a recent report over at softpedia.com
The company claim that they are capable of becoming the third maker by shipment volumes during the next four years taking a seat alongside Nokia and Samsung in the top three vendors in the market and at the same time pushing LG electronics down to fourth place.
The company’s intentions include bringing to the market handsets powered by Google’s Android operating system and by Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform. Among the future handsets expected to be pushed to the market by ZTE is the Blade and the Racer devices both running on Android platform.
ZTE have been on the move recently increasing nicely and it is clear the company have every intention of keeping it that way. They aim to ship 80 million devices during 2010 including data cards and phones. The company is close to becoming the fifth phone maker in the world, which would mean taking that spot away from Motorola.