Now-a-days internet has everything probably thinking of or looking for, So if I tell you the thing which is behind this extensive use of internet is its speed and ZTE has announced to launch its Gigabit Phone Series, Devices that offer a ultra fast speed connectivity of 1 Gbps [GigaBytes/Sec] and some nifty features.
ZTE has not yet diclosed fully how this speed is going to be achived and what about carriers is also unspecified. The phone also has features like the ability to create panoramic, 360-degree video, and it will come with “instant cloud storage.
While it’s unlikely that you’ll see support for gigabit LTE on your carrier anytime soon, you have to start somewhere. Qualcomm launched a gigabit LTE-capable chip last year, and a first gigabit LTE network went live earlier this month in Australia, but we’re not aware of any commercially available phone that can actually achieve gigabit speeds right now.
No other details about the Gigabit Phone were shared, but ZTE‘s press release did say that the company will focus on 5G, cloudification and the “Internet of Everything.”
The company will also launch new devices in its mid-range Blade lineup.
With the announcement, ZTE joins a long line of Chinese manufacturers who are slated to show off a new phone during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which kicks off Feb. 27. These include Huawei, Oppo, Lenovo/Moto and Alcatel, all of which have scheduled events during or ahead of the MWC.
It appears that ZTE does not plan an event for the phone’s launch; instead, the company will showcase it at its MWC booth in Barcelona. Mashable will cover the event and we will report on anything cool we find there.