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ZTE PF112 Hands-On

Posted on March/9/2017 | Categories: Videos 14 Comments

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Aaron takes a look at the ZTE PF112, a high-end smartphone from the manufacturer, at CTIA 2012 in New Orleans. The PF112 sports an MSM8260a processor, 4.5-inch HD (720p) display, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, a front-facing camera that also shoots videos at 720p, and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Devices like the PF112 would make a great addition to the Android lineup in the United States – here’s to hoping we see more of them soon.

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14 Responses so far.

  1. robin johnson says:

    please can someone tell me where I can go get this phone here in Ohio???

    Also Zte Era

  2. vincent7487 says:

    Nexus S copy?

  3. Raul M says:

    the ZTE Warp can also play 720p hd videos.. I just found out today.

  4. korn74 says:

    Love the lock screen hearing me HTC

  5. Jeremy Gallman says:

    Galaxy Nexus+One S+Galaxy S= ZTE PF112

    Like^ If you agree 😉

  6. Tech4YourNeeds says:

    The front of the device looks exactly like Galaxy Nexus. Just pointing out the similarities.

  7. dragonballzrb says:

    @phonedog where is your lumia 900 now? still have it or not?

  8. Miss G6 says:

    Who will get this phone?

  9. david thomas says:

    Damn the HTC one s hasn't been out a good solid month and its design has already been jacked… These manufactures don't play do they? Lol

  10. AndroidGZS says:

    no it doesnt.

  11. AndroidGZS says:

    zte is a private enterprise in china. the chinese government chooses to have limited to no control in private companies which earn money through international markets. so technically you are not paying the communist government.

  12. Michail Highland says:

    Dat lockscreen

  13. TheCtjes says:

    wow that lockscreen

  14. The Valeyard says:

    I refuse to provide the communist Chinese government with any of my money. Do not buy ZTE.