“We are very excited to confirm the upcoming European availability for several of our hottest new products,” said Kan Yulun, CEO of EMEA & LATAM, ZTE Mobile Devices, and Vice President of ZTE Corporation. “We will continue to bring our latest smartphones to markets across Europe, as well as other smart connected devices such as our Spro 2 smart projector.”
ZTE Star 2 comes with optimized system-level voice control and has upgraded to feature English-language GPS and speech-to-text input that supports British English. ZTE’s Star 2 is set to launch in Germany at CeBIT on 12 March 2015. Company says, at present, voice control functions that support Spanish are under development, which will be the third smart voice language available after Chinese and English.
The ZTE Blade S6 features ZTE’s innovative Smart Sense – an intuitive and practical set of gesture and motion controls – will soon be launched with the offline partners in Germany, Spain, and France at the end of the month. It will be launched online via AliExpress globally, as well as via eBay and Amazon for the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
Outside Europe, the ZTE Blade S6 is also set for offline launches in Malaysia, Thailand, Russia and other markets across the Asia Pacific.
The ZTE Blade L3 low budget smartphone targeted for younger user, which is also destined for European launches in April 2015.
The ZTE Spro 2 projector features a touchscreen Android operating system that provides full access to the Google Play store and a mobile hotspot. The smart projector was revealed at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show and received four prestigious awards. The Spro 2 will be available later this year in the United States through wireless carriers and across European markets.
ZTE Grand S3 also announced with Eyeprint ID, as well as the ZTE Open L. The Open L is the first LTE smartphone which will be shipped with the latest version of Firefox OS 2.2. In addition to smartphones, other technology on display included the ZTE Sports Camera and ZTE in-house LTE chipsets.