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Thursday, March 13, 2014
ZTE To Release China?s First Video Game Console


Chinese game developer and operator The9 has partnered with ZTE to develop China?s first legitimate games console, set for release this month.

Possibly dubbed the 'Fun Box', teh console has just 2GB of RAM, Bluetooth, an Nvidia Tegra 4 chip and twin wi-fi antennas. It is able to stream HD content from the internet and USB devices. And most probably, it will run on Google's Android OS.

The new console is coming t the market in a very short period after China removed its thirteen-year console ban.




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