ZTE Orbit Video
ZTE Orbit Video Transcript
I'm Jessica (??) @cnet.com here at Mobile World Congress 2012. This is ECE Orbit. It's a new Windows phone as announce for Europe and it's coming out in the 2nd quarter. It's got a (??) for entry and it's a (??) BGA display here. 5 megapixel camera on the back. Got a one one gigahertz processor and it's a pretty nice (??) looks pretty good about the sort of rubberize coding in the back and otherwise it's a pretty much basic Windows phone with all of those capabilities on the operating system. I'm (??) you can catch all the news from mobileworldcongress@cnet .com
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