Chinese vendor Hisense has announced it is working on a TD-LTE smartphone called X6T. The new smartphone, which was showcased at a recent industry event, packs a 5-inch display and supports TD-LTE/FDD-LTE/TD-SCDMA/W-CDMA/GSM technologies.
According to Blog of Mobile, the Hisense X6T will come with Android 4.2, 13MP rear camera, 16GB of internal storage and 2,000 mAh battery. Other details are not clear at this moment but we hope to hear from the company in near future.
To remind you, smartphone manufacturers are increasingly realising the potential of TD-LTE and supported devices, also the acceptance of this standard in China and India, which are two of the biggest smartphone markets, has certainly helped.
Samsung has already launched Samsung Galaxy Note II N7108D as its first TD-LTE smartphone in China, while TCL Communication Technology Holdings has announced its plans to introduce their first TD-LTE smartphone later this month. Other manufacturers like LG are also not left behind, which release Optimus G TD-LTE version Saudi Arabia back in May and is planning to launch it in other markets.