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ZTE debuts handsets with TD-SCDMA support

Posted: 31 Oct 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TD-SCDMA handset? EDGE? 3G?

ZTE Corp. has released a series of industry's first TD-SCDMA handset products, including TD-SCDMA U80 handset, TD-SCDMA/EDGE dual-mode dual-stand U980 handset and TD-SCDMA USB Modem MU318.

ZTE U80 handset is said to be the first TD-SCDMA handset in the industry with mobile TV function. Developed based on multimedia broadcast multicast service (MBMS) technology, it provides users smooth broadcast service for an unlimited period as well as multichannel switch, allowing unique mobile experience. ZTE U80 is an integration of ZTE's network, business and terminal product lines in one single product.

Apart from ZTE U80, the MBMS function is already embedded in a variety of up and running products provided by ZTE.

The ZTE U980 is also claimed to be the first dual-mode, dual-standby intelligent handset supporting both TD-SCDMA and EDGE. The device has typical TD-SCDMA 3G functions including Internet access, downloading, mobile office, mobile investment and EDGE capability, delivering the highest roaming frequency worldwide. The device meets the needs of consumers for a high-performance handset to manage a variety of daily and office tasks. It also has a large mailbox capacity compared with 2G handsets. By next year, ZTE plans to roll out a version of the unit that supports HSDPA, in order to deliver advanced performance with higher frequency.

"We see high potential in the TD-SCDMA 3G handset arena as customers continue to look for high-performance device rich with unique functionality to satisfy their needs," said Luo Zhongsheng, general manager of TD-SCDMA mobile phone division, ZTE.




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