Intel To Power More ZTE Phones In The Future

  • Atom Z2580
  • New hyperthreading
  • Improved graphics

Intel and ZTE are strengthening their ties when ZTE, Chinese telecom equipment and systems company agreed to develop a new generation of smartphones powered by Intel’s processors.

  • Atom Z2580
  • New hyperthreading
  • Improved graphics

Intel and ZTE are strengthening their ties when ZTE, Chinese telecom equipment and systems company agreed to develop a new generation of smartphones powered by Intel’s processors.

By the looks of it, ZTE is beefing up its thrust towards the global market specifically in the European market. Its first Intel-powered chip in the European market – the ZTE Grand X IN is available in a number of European countries including Germany, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Sweden, Norway and Romania.

With this new alliance, ZTE hopes to benefit from Intel’s new processors through improved performance and graphics brought about by the company’s hyperthreading and multi-core technology. Moreover, this alliance will also expand ZTE’s portfolio by allowing the company to offer a more diversified product line.

On the other hand, Intel will benefit from ZTE through the company’s reputation as a fast growing handset maker. ZTE is currently ranked as the fourth largest mobile phone manufacturing company in the world just behind Samsung, Nokia and Apple.

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