ZTE vies for No. 3 vendor spot in global handset market, hopes new devices will lead the charge

ZTE vies for No. 3 vendor spot in global handset market, hopes new devices will lead the charge

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ZTE Corporation wants one of the top three vendor spots in the global handset market by 2015, and the firm is challenging leaders in the market with a range of handsets and tablets announced at the “Mobile World Congress 2012” event in Barcelona. According to a press release, industry...
ZTE vies for No. 3 vendor spot in global handset market, hopes new devices will lead the charge
                                       

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