ZTE N880E: The first Android smartphone in the world with Jelly Bean Factory
Chances are that the launch of China’s ZTE of your smartphone with Jelly Bean Factory is a major release to be moved into the mainstream media, crammed with record sales of Galaxy SIII and patent wars between Samsung and Apple, because their hardware does not seem at all innovative.
But beyond this strategy, the news is encouraging for consumers who expect the next generation of computers, because, as indicated by ZTE, the N880E is the result of good communication and rapport with Google to accomplish in just over a month the availability of a smartphone with Jelly Bean.
This also suggests that Android does not seem so complex to be adapted to the terminals, as they say some developers and competitors, and that Google also plays an important role in deciding the releases or hardware as if N880E something stands out is because it is neither just a team of leading brands today, not a top-end hardware with a differential.
These statements also have to add the huge development team that has the Chinese manufacturer and the team’s announcement does not coincide with the release, which is just within two months.
But the first step has been taken, ZTE was ahead of the competition and already owns a small pride of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean left the factory.Android, Android Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean, ZTE