ZTE aims for 5-fold smartphone sales growth in 2011
Updated: 2011-02-14 13:23
BARCELONA, Spain – China's ZTE Corp aims to grow its cellphone sales 30 percent to 40 percent this year, on par with last year, Bloomberg News reported Monday, citing a senior official.
To boost its position in the smart phone market, the firm will launch new models and a tablet running Google's Android software, the report said.
Lin Qiang, president of ZTE's handset business in Europe, said the firm aims to grow sales volumes at the high end of the market to more than 10 million from around two million in 2010.
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