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ZTE launches slimmest quad-core smartphone in Philippines


08:40, December 14, 2012

MANILA, Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- ZTE Corporation (ZTE), a leading global telecom equipment and network solutions provider, expects 500 percent growth for its handsets in the Philippines after the launch of its new products ZTE Grand Era, the world's slimmest quad-core smartphone and GrandX LTE T82, a 4.3-inch dual core smartphone in Makati on Thursday.

ZTE Philippines Company President Chen Yi said at a news briefing, "The Grand Era has opened the door to the quad-core era for ZTE smartphones, adding, "We believe this product will produce a butterfly effect across the industry and the market."

"The Grand Series has many distinguishable features that set it apart from other smartphones in the country. The handsets are high- quality yet price competitive which satisfy the demand for high- quality and affordable smartphones across the Philippines," the ZTE president said.

Liu Guoxin, regional brand director for ZTE Asia Pacific and Commonwealth of Independent States, told Xinhua that the Philippines is the first Asian country for the launch of Grand Era, due to its large population, wide acceptance of ZTE products and good market prospects. The flagship product will soon be launched in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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