The Chinese mobile company ZTE today announced its first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean handset in China just only a mere week after the release of the official version of the mobile device operating system. The smartphone ZTE N880E runs on Google’s latest Android version and launched in China and the third in the world. The phone features a 4.0-inch capacitive WVGA touchscreen, with a 1GHz Qualcomm 7627A processor, 4GB of memory and a 3.2MP AF camera. It is an ultra-slim device with just 10.4mm in thickness. The phone was originally launched in May 2012 and run on Android 2.3 and even has sold more than one million units while with Google’s launch of its latest Android instalment, ZTE re-launched the phone with Android 4.1 on July 13 with improved performance and responsiveness, with new features such as expandable notifications and Google Now.
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