May 06 AT 6:49 PM Matt Demers 0 Comments

ZTE Link unveiled in France

It seems to be Europe Day in the Android world, first with UK Milestone users getting their 2.1 firmware update, and now the Chinese-developed ZTE Link has being unveiled in France. The Link isn’t exactly a powerhouse, but if I may say so it looks pretty damned sexy. I’m definitely a fan of the brushed steel look, and it appears to have a mix of hardware and soft buttons.

Specs from an Android France hands-on include a 2.8-inch touchscreen running at 320×240 pixels, Android 1.6 and a 3.2MP camera. If Google Translate is to be believed, the Link can be purchased on a plan from between 1 and 79 Euros on a plan, and 149 Euros (roughly $188 USD) prepaid. Not horrible for a little slice of Android.

[image from Android France]

Via: Phandroid

Source: Android France

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