ZTE Sells Phone in France

ZTE Corporation today announced that its X760 mobile phone is now available through the French operator Bouygues Telecom

June 1, 2009

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SHENZHEN, China -- ZTE Corporation today announced that its X760 mobile phone is now available through the French operator Bouygues Telecom. This is the first touch-screen handset available for distribution in France under the ZTE brand.

"The X760 will be the key to building recognition of the ZTE brand on the French market. Such an achievement encourages us to strive forward," said Daniel Bessières, Manager of ZTE France.

After penetrating the French market in 2008, distributing more than 15 handset models under a blind brand name through three mobile operators, the company is now ready to increase its presence with more advanced handsets, under the ZTE brand name. This phone is a new and important step for the Chinese equipment manufacturer.

With its stylish design and a 2.4" touch-screen display, the X760 is both ergonomic and intuitive. Users will appreciate the easy navigation through the various menus. In addition, the X760 is a fully fitted, multimedia device, comprising a 1.3 mega pixel camera video player/recorder, radio player, MP3 player, WAP browser, MMS capability, web cam, Bluetooth technology, a standard mini-USB interface, and a micro SD memory card reader (up to 4GO). The handset can be used 7 days in stand-by and 3 hours talking.

The ZTE X760 is available now in all Clubs Bouygues Telecom stores and through Bouygues Telecom channel retailers.

ZTE Corp. (Shenzhen: 000063; Hong Kong: 0763)

Bouygues Telecom

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