ZTE Era Video
ZTE Era Video Transcript
Everyone's got a quad core phone here at Mobile World Congress 2012 and ZTE is one of them. I'm Jessica Dolcourt for CNET taking a first foot at the ZTE Era. Now, this is an Ice Cream Sandwich phone and it's also a quad core. A lot of the times manufacturer will put skins on top of it, make it their own. The ZTE is going pretty plain Ice Cream Sandwich here and I like it, it's nice. It's a very nice looking phone, got some premium features to browse it and thought it I guess solid looking feel in the hand, silver accent. In terms of some of the other features on the phone, there is an 8 megapixel camera on the back that is capable of capturing and replaying 1080p HD video. It will be ready in the second half of the year. Maybe not in the US for awhile. If it all, nothing's been and out. So I'm Jessica Dolcourt. This is the quad core Ice Cream Sandwich ZTE Era. You can find out a lot more at cnet.com
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