The ZTE N880E smartphone first made its debut back in May 2012 with the Gingerbread platform in tow and the newly unveiled version that’s set sail for China runs on Jelly Bean right out of the box. This device is the first Android 4.1 handset to launch in the country, while its global ranking for the same is pegged at third.
The smartphone is designed around a slim form factor measuring 119mm x 61mm x 10.4mm in dimensions and weighing not more than 130 grams. On the front sits a 4-inch WVGA 480 x 800p TFT capacitive touchscreen, while a 3.2MP AF camera is situated on the rear. A Qualcomm 7627A processor clocked at 1GHz is employed along with 512MB of RAM for delivering a smooth experience.
“ZTE has an excellent relationship with Google and this, combined with our extensive R&D capabilities and our experience of customizing devices for partners around the world, means we are able to bring new technologies to market very quickly,” commented Kan Yulun, Vice President and CTO of the Handset Division, ZTE. “Our aim is to provide the best quality customer experience for the best value, and the N880E is a great example of this.”
Where memory is concerned, users will have 4GB of built-in storage and a microSD expansion slot capable of holding a total of 32GB. For its launch in China, the handset will support CDMA2000 1x and EVDO Rev.A network bands along with various connectivity features such as A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. A 1650mAh Li-ion battery powers up all aforementioned components.
The ZTE N880E smartphone has already been launched in China according to the manufacturer. However, price details for the smartphone remain undisclosed at the moment.