ZTE PR, 1/10/11
Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer ZTE (0763.HK; 000063.SZ) has announced the launch of its Android 2.1-based handset Lutea, which is available through German network operator E-Plus.
ZTE's Lutea provides a capacitive 3.5' multi-touch screen with 480x800 megapixels, and features an MP3 player, FM-radio, 5-megapixel camera, 3GSM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The phone supports a data capacity of up to 32 GB, and comes with a 2 GB micro SD card inbox and in-built memory of 300 MB.
The launch of Lutea is the first ZTE-branded handset in the German market. French carrier Bouygues Telecom launched two ZTE-branded Android handsets in 2010, Three in the UK offers ZTE F930 with the ZTE logo and in Portugal, the ZTE-branded Bluebelt holds 30 percent of the local smartphone market.