ZTE Launches Gingerbread-Powered ZTE Libra
ZTE is one of the leading Chinese brands in the world, and they have announced decent and affordable handsets in past, like the trio of new Android phones at MWC. Now ZTE is back again with the announcement of their new Android device, the ZTE X880, codenamed Libra. The Libra is yet another good looking, mid-range device from ZTE. It runs on Android, and there is no custom UI. Yeah, this baby is running stock Android.It was launched in several Asian countries this week, and soon this device will find its way to the UK, maybe as a successor to the ZTE Blade.
The Libra is rocking on a less than spectacular 600 MHz processor, 3 MP camera with Autofocus, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz and UMTS 900/2100 MHz connectivity. Of course, it comes packed with an accelerometer, proximity sensor, digital compass, and assisted GPS.
No word on a date for the UK release, but we’ll keep you posted as more information rolls in. So, any of our readers from across the pond looking forward to the Libra? Sound off in the comments, or on our Facebook Wall!
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