updated 03:10 pm EST, Thu February 23, 2012
ZTE promises eight new devices at MWC on Monday
Chinese electronics maker ZTE revealed this week it will bring eight new devices to MWC next week, including a quad-core flagship. Some of the new phones will be powered by Android, while others will use Windows Phone. The flagship and maybe some of the others will also have LTE radios on board.
Three of the phones may include the previously seen Mimosa X, which uses an HSPA+ 3G radio, while the PF200 and N910 will get LTE connections. All run on Android 4.0.
ZTE will also show new infrastructure hardware for LTE and LTE-Advanced broadband, along with holding cloud computing demonstrations and smart networks. More official information about ZTE's latest products is due out on Monday.