ZTE heads back to Brazil with expectations to make an impact this time
After 3 years of absence in the Brazilian market, China’s ZTE has inflamed a burning desire to return to the region and to make a very huge impact with it’s presence this time.
Starting from the first half of 2015, ZTE will start shipping it’s smartphones, feature phones and other mobile accessories towards Brazil to try and create some storm in the mobile industry.
Yulun Kan, ZTE’s VP of mobile division said the company has began striking agreements with mobile network operators, dealers, retailers and agencies to ensure the successful comeback of ZTE in the country.
ZTE will be selling the likes of it’s flagship phablet, the Nubia X6 in the South American country. The 6.44″ Full HD Snapdragon 801-powered smartphone was launched in China this month at $570.
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