ZTE Blade, Racer and Mercury all run Android; other ZTE phones showcased
Well, three more have recently appeared, and although they were showcased by ZTE during MWC 2010, not many blogs have mentioned them.
Let’s start with the ZTE Blade, which seems to be a high-end smartphone. The Blade runs Android 1.6 Donut and features a 3.5 inch WVGA touchscreen display, compass, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM radio and GSM/UMTS connectivity.
This is what the ZTE Blade looks like:
The second unannounced ZTE Android phone is the ZTE Racer:
The Racer features a 2.8 inches QVGA touchscreen display, Android 1.6, 3G (UMTS), Wi-Fi, GPS, compass, accelerometer, light sensor and proximity sensor.
The ZTE Mercury runs Android, too, and it looks a lot like the HTC Hero:
ZTE has also showcased some interesting concept devices. Take the ZTE G+ 2 for example, which seems to be a MID with gaming abilities (we could even say it’s some sort of a PSP phone):
Also interesting is the ZTE EQ2, which has a large display and transparent touch-sensitive navigation keys:
Other upcoming ZTE handsets:
ZTE Smile (which looks like a Helio Ocean):
ZTE Cute (Nokia N97, anyone?):
You can check out even more new ZTE phone at Mobile-review.