zte logo 300x101 ZTE Expands Windows Phone PortfolioZTE has expanded on its commitment to the Windows Phone platform and introduced the new ZTE Orbit smartphone.

The ZTE Orbit is based on the latest version of Windows Phone and comes with 4GB of memory, HD Voice, and a 5Mpx autofocus camera with LED flash. It will be available in the second quarter of this year.

At the same time, ZTE announces the MF668A data card which takes advantage of Microsoft’s Mobile Broadband Class Driver in Windows 8. It supports RAW IP and high-speed transmission, is based on the new MBIM v1.0 specification, recently approved by the USB-IF, and natively supported in Windows 8 without additional software.

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