ZTE reveals two Android 4.0 phones ahead of MWC

More Ice Cream Sandwich devices leak before Barcelona's Mobile World Congress

ZTE has joined Fujitsu in announcing that it will be revealing shiny new phones next week at Mobile World Congress. Unlike Fujitsu however, ZTE has some solid specs for two of their upcoming devices, the PF200 and the N910.

The PF200 is an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphone, kept chugging along by a beefy 1.5GHz processor. It'll display all the goodness that Android has to offer on a 4.3in qHD touchscreen. Other tasty specs include an 8MP snapper, a front-facing 1080p camera and NFC.

ZTE's second Ice Cream Sandwich handset is the equally imaginatively named N910, which sports a lower specced WVGA screen, 5MP camera and a 1.2GHz processor.

Both the PF200 and the N910 are LTE-capable (though that won’t mean much to us in the UK until 4G makes its way over here) – but we expect they'll be priced competitively, given ZTE's budget handset past.

Android 4.0, impressive specs and a low price? Count us in. We’ll bring you more from the MWC floor in Barcelona next week, so check back with Stuff.tv for the latest news.

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