ZTE, the world’s sixth-largest phone maker, has announced no less than 5 entry-level GSM handsets for the Indian market.
Coming at prices ranging from 1,100 INR ($23) to 3,800 INR ($79), the new phones are: ZTE S315, ZTE A261, ZTE R220, ZTE R230 and ZTE R230BT.
By the end of 2009, ZTE plans to offer the phones through 100,000 retail outlets across India, including through Overseas Mobiles – which has been appointed as ZTE’s national distributor.
There aren’t too many details abailable at the moment, but we know that ZTE A261 and ZTE R220 are candybars and look like this:
Until now, ZTE has sold more than 20 million phones in India, via different mobile carriers.
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