[MWC 2014] The folks over at ZTE (a company that has started to make waves in the global smartphone scene) from China have just introduced yet another creation of theirs, which is the ZTE Open C. What makes the ZTE Open C so special? It has been described to be one of the first devices that will run on the most recent version of Firefox OS, where it has been specially designed to offer users a superior user experience, in addition to a higher cost-performance ratio. In fact, the ZTE Open C will first roll out in Venezuela and Uruguay on the Telefónica network sometime in the second quarter of this year because of its long term partnership with the mobile service provider.
Hardware specifications of the ZTE Open C include Firefox OS as the operating system of choice, a 3MP shooter at the back, a simple 4” WVGA display at 800 x 480 resolution, a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, 512MB RAM alongside 4GB of internal memory, all of it running on what seems to be a paltry 1,400mAh battery. Interested parties in the ZTE Open C will be able to pick it up in a choice of half a dozen colors, namely dark blue, light blue, turquoise, red, white and orange. [Press Release]