ZTE Targeting Windows Phone Launch in U.S. by Year's End
ZTE's Lixin Cheng, who runs its North American business operations, said that the company expects to offer a Windows Phone smartphone in the U.S. before the end of the year. Speaking to CNET, Cheng noted that the some of the recent base spec changes made by Microsoft to its mobile platform will allow ZTE to offer affordable Windows Phone handsets. When the platform launched, ZTE was unable to meet the strict hardware requirements and still reach an acceptable price point.
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Wonder what carrier it'll land on?