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Huawei, ZTE Challenge Apple, Samsung Smartphones
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J. Nicholas Hoover
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2/27/2013 | 1:59:35 PM
re: Huawei, ZTE Challenge Apple, Samsung Smartphones
"Pricing and availability for the U.S. have yet to be announced." I wonder whether either Huawei or ZTE will be able to make a foothold in the United States. These sound like a mid- to high-range phone and a high-end phablet, but the specs on the Huawei device at least don't look like they are particularly blockbuster, and ZTE would be up against the stalwart Galazy Note II. I think it will take more than this to make a dent in the U.S. market.


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