updated 12:50 am EST, Mon February 20, 2012
ZTE PF200 and N910 with LTE show ahead of MWC
(Update: pictures) ZTE early Monday gave a sneak peek at two phones it plans to launch at Mobile World Congress next week. Both the PF200 and N910 will have LTE-based 4G and run Android 4.0. At the top, the PF200 will have a 4.3-inch, 540x960 (qHD) display, a 1.5GHz processor (likely a Snapdragon), an eight-megapixel back camera, and rarities of both a 1080p front camera and NFC wireless.
The hardware runs GSM and HSPA 3G and appears intended more as the true international device, although it could have an avenue through AT&T, T-Mobile, or Canadian carriers.
ZTE may have given a hint as to American plans for the N910, which will use CDMA voice and EVDO 3G underneath its LTE networking. While the producer didn't outline the screen size, it did expect a lower 480x800 resolution, a 1.2GHz processor, a five-megapixel back camera, and 1080p front video. NFC will go missing.
Timetables and carriers weren't detailed, although more could be forthcoming early next week.