ZTE wants to become the number three phone maker in the world by 2015, and announced a lot of new (non nfc) handsets at the MWC, feb.2012. It is a Chinese publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions.
Talking about NFC, ZTE uses the term “touch and Share“. Even more precisely; “ZTE Touch and Share is a combination of NFC, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi” “Touch and Share enable users to link up devices without the requirement to manually find and then make a connection – either smartphone-to-smartphone or smartphone-to-wireless Wi-Fi routers are possible”
No info about availability.
1.5GHz dual-core processor
4.3 inch QHD capacitive touch screen
1GB of DDR2 RAM
2e front facing camera
LTE, UMTS and GSM network
MHL (mobile high-definition link)
DLNA (digital living network alliance)
The specs are not bad, but . .
Some opinions of the reporters at MWC, Barcelona;
about the PF200
“unfortunately this handset wouldn’t boot up”
“showing its inexpensive price point through the size and quality of the housing”
“its diamond patterned plastic feels terrible to hold”
“The company had one of the most disorganized booths at the show”
“most of them had only one phone, and they were in terrible condition”