Coming in on the low end of the Android spectrum, the ZTE Link was unveiled this morning in France, and our friends over at Android France had a chance to get hands on with the phone. Part of a line of Android-based phones for the European market announced back at Mobile World Conference in February. The Link is an Android 1.6 device with a 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen at 320×240 pixels and a 3.2MP camera.
That’s not a bad looking phone, and could make for a great low-priced alternative to some of the higher-specced devices. You can check out a ton of pics of this humble Android handset from this morning’s event over at Android-France.
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