ZTE Launches 6 New Low Budget Smartphones in India Brahmnoor Singh July 22, 2013 Mobile 1 Comment ZTE is has finally announced its arrival in India by launching 5 new low budget handsets and four 3G data cards. With India being the world’s second fastest growing mobile market, ZTE aims to capture some market share in it. In the previous few months, we have seen the entry of many new companies in India like Gionee, and Huawei. ZTE has launched six low budget smartphones in India namely the ZTE Blade L, ZTE Grand X, ZTE Blade G2, ZTE Blade C, ZTE Blade E, and ZTE Kis Flex. As per an official statement by ZTE India Vice-President Yaun Kang, ZTE aims to capture the Indian mobile market share, and be a part of the fast growing mobile market. There is a USD 350 million opportunity right now (smartphone and data card market), which is expected to grow to USD one billion in 3-4 years. We definitely want to tap this market. Most of these devices have almost same specifications, with the ZTE Kis Flex being the exception. All the ZTE Blade mobiles run on MediaTek processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The ZTE Kis Flex is the cheapest device launched, and comes with 3.5 inch QVGA screen. While these devices seem to have the same hardware as some other devices in the India market, we will try our best to bring you their reviews soon, till then stay tuned ! One Response Anonymous July 23rd, 2013 Seems a good move. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.