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ZTE to launch first Android phone

Chinese vendor ZTE expects to launch its first smartphones based on Google’s Android platform during the first quarter of the year.

ZTE wins at KPN

Dutch operator KPN has selected Chinese vendor ZTE to supply HSPA+ equipment for the expansion and upgrade of its mobile network infrastructure in both Germany and Belgium.

ZTE to launch Android smartphone

ZTE plans to launch a new smartphone based on Google’s Android operating system and is in talks with operators such as Vodafone, Verizon Wireless, Orange and T-Mobile to supply smartphones, reports the Wall Street Journal.

China issues TD-SCDMA licenses to manufacturers

China has issued licenses to six mobile phone manufacturers allowing their handsets to access the locally developed TD-SCDMA network, according to a report in the Beijing Morning News today.

ZTE expects 50% profit hike

Chinese equipment vendor ZTE expects to announce an increase in annual profits of at least 50% when it reports full 2007 earnings results, according to an Unstrung report.

Motorola mulls handset spin off

Motorola has revealed it is considering spinning off its mobile unit, a division that has been losing market share to competitors in the last year.

ZTE and Motorola in cooperation talks

Chinese vendor ZTE has said it is in talks with Motorola about deepening their relationship but did not specify whether it is interested in a potential merger with the US company’s handset division.

BSNL to spend US100M on CDMA WLL expansion

Indian operator BSNL plans to spend around US$100 million on additional CDMA Wireless Local Loop (WLL) network kit across 500 towns, regional publication Mint reported today.

Asian vendors linked to Motorola handset unit

Motorola has received interest in its handset unit from foreign telecom equipment makers, according to a mergermarket.com report cited today by Reuters.

China Mobile plans April trial of TD-SCDMA

China Mobile is to launch a commercial trial of the country’s locally developed 3G technology, TD-SCDMA, next month.