World's Smallest 3G Phone F808 By ZTE

Posted: Oct 26 2004, 10:12am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:06pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

World's Smallest 3G Phone F808 by ZTE
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ZTE Corporation, China’s largest supplier of telecommunication equipment, has announced the world’s smallest, lightest, and most compact 3G handset.

ZTE’s F808 3G Phone weighs only 104g, and measures 88.5mm x 44.6mm x 22.5mm.
I am waiting for a photo of the F808 phone from ZTE's PR Agency. The measurements are smaller than of the LG U8110 which was in May the smallest 3G Video Phone.

ZTE sold already 12 million mobile phones in China. Guess those guys are real competition for the big players like Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson.

About ZTE:
ZTE Corporation is China's largest listed telecommunications equipment provider specializing in offering customized network solutions for telecom carriers worldwide. The company develops and manufactures telecommunications equipment for fixed, mobile, data and optical networks, intelligent networks and next generation networks as well as mobile phones.

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