Now Reading
ZTE wants a slice of the phablet market

ZTE wants a slice of the phablet market

by Nirave23 April 2012

ZTE, the Chinese handset maker that provides white label devices to several manufacturers, is aiming to gain a slice of the phone/tablet “phablet” market using the success of the Samsung Galaxy Note as a benchmark.

ZTE’s head of handset strategy, Lv Qianhao, said to reporters:

“We want to come up with the next generation of a Galaxy Note-type product – a combo product of handsets and tablets.”

ZTE is also looking at becoming a worldwide player in the tech industry, following the lead of HTC who used to act as a white label manufacturer and has now established themselves as a brand in the ever competitive industry.

ZTE released eight devices at February’s Mobile World Congress and the company is aiming at releasing as many later this year.

Head over to Tech Meets Travel for all the latest on travel and technology.

About The Author
Founder of UK Mobile Review - I'm in my twenties and based in London with a passion for mobile tech, travelling and the Middle East. Connect with me using the links below.