The Shenzhen-based company declared that it will be out with more Windows Phones in 2012 and will pursue its market in high-end phones rather than just creating feature phones for increasing profit margin.
According to some sources which include IDC, ABI Research, and Strategy Analytics, the company raised its market share to 3.2 percent as the forth largest mobile phone manufacturer trailing Nokia, Samsung, LG electronics Inc., and Apple Inc.
Speaking to Reuters in an intervew, ZTE’s Lv Qianhao said that the United States and China will be the target for their smartphone sales thereby expanding to more areas.
Almost all of ZTE’s smartphones are powered by Google Inc’s Android operating system, although the company is gradually introducing more Windows Phones globally. It launched Windows Phone smartphones in the United States in the second half of last year.