But donâ€™t look further than its OS forÂ wow factor, â€˜cause thatâ€™s it. The rest of its specs are pretty meh. It packs a 4-inch display, 3.2-megapixel cam, Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity, with a 1GHz processor running at the helm supported by 512MB RAM. Latest Android OS, but not exactly the latest and greatest hardware to support it – that pretty much sums up the ZTE N880E.
But I guess the more important question is â€“ will the ZTE N880E be released in the Philippines?
I seriously doubt it since this is a CDMA phone, and as you all know, weâ€™re a GSM country.
That said, this doesnâ€™t exactly mean we wonâ€™t be seeing a ZTE Jelly Bean â€˜droid in our little neck of the woods. Remember, ZTE phones are own officially in the Philippines, and I distinctly remember a Jelly Bean phone being discussed in the recent launch of ZTE phones in the country. I just can’t recall the specific model name, if ever it was mentioned, and when they plan to roll out.
So itâ€™s a no for the ZTE N880E in the Philippines, but a yes for a ZTE Jelly Bean â€˜droid. Itâ€™s all just a question of when and what that particular ZTE â€˜droid will be.
But just in case youâ€™d still want to learn more about the ZTE880E, feel free to head on over here for additional info on the worldâ€™s first Jelly Bean smartphone.
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