AkihabaraNews reports that the Chinese cellphone OEM ZTE, that sells more than 50 million phones per year, has come to Wireless Japan with a good collection of devices, including 3 Windows Mobile phones.
Windows Phone 7 will not initially support Chinese and Japanese, meaning Windows Mobile handsets will remain on release there for quite some time.
ZTE X950 Smooth, a Phone capable to runs Windows Mobile 6.X or Android Eclair, comes with GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as HSDPA/UMTS, has a QVGA 2.8â€ Screen, a 3.2Mpix Camera with AF, FM Tuner and A-GPS
ZTE Raise. Powered by Windows 6.X or Android Eclair, support GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as HSDPA/UMTS, as a 3.2â€ 240Ã—400 Touch Panel, 3.2Mpix Camera with AF, WiFi, GPSâ€¦
ZTE N72. Runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, use CDMA2000 1x EVDO RevA network, has a 2.5â€ Touch-panel with a QVGA resolution, a QWERTY Keyboard, 3.2Mpix Camera with AF.
As can be seen above, an interesting feature of the phones above is that they can come in both Android and Windows Mobile versions, and of course it is also obvious that they are not extremely high-end, which is appropriate for the mass market in China.
Read more at AkihabaraNews here.