ZTE is signing up for more of Intel’s Atom Z2580 processors, according to QQ Tech.
Apparently the Chinese cannot get enough of Intel's new hyperthreading, dual-core processor which they think will double computer performance, triple in graphic performance while still maintaining a competitive battery life. ZTE and Intel have been getting closer since the Chinese outfit started expanding in the European market.
Grand X IN, ZTE's first phone with an Intel chip, was the best selling Android phone in Austria. The model is also available in other EU countries such as Germany, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Sweden, and Norway, among others. Working with ZTE helped Intel get its foot in the door with smartphones. It has also given Chipzilla a fairly ready market.
[Meanwhile the shyster shills poo-poo a deal with one of the global top five smartphone manufacturers because it produced a best selling phone in mere Austria. Don't make me send Arnold over to kick your rear ends...]
"10 million -- the population of the whole country."
[LOL. Your mindlessness never ceases to totally freaking amaze me. It's the potential of the global top five manufacturer in the Intel camp that is the upside, butkus. Try to keep you eye on the ball and your head out of your backside...]
[From Wikipedia: ZTE is a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company headquartered in Shenzhen, China. It is the world's fourth-largest mobile phone manufacturer measured by 2012 unit sales and the world's fifth-largest telecoms equipment maker measured by 2011 revenues.]