Mobile phone network Three has unveiled the ZTE Racer budget Android phone on their network, running the latest Google OS version of 2.1 and all for £99 on pay as you go.
ZTE's Racer is a 2.8-inch QVGA resistive touch screen mobile, with 2GB of storage from an accompanying microSD card along with a 3.2 megapixel camera - all running from the same 600Mhz chipset as the HTC Legend.
The Racer handset is co-branded by Three, in much the same way as two other joint venture mobile phones are on Three by ZTE, the MF112 and F930.
ZTE also makes handsets under the guise of rebranded devices, such as the Vodafone 546. This co-branding could very well be a way of break out from under those OEM shackles, and stand up on their own two feet in much the same way as HTC once did.
The phone is free from as little as £13 a month on Three's Internet Talker 300 tariff, or costing £99 plus a £10 credit on pay as you go - which makes for one of the cheapest 2.1 Android handsets around today.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com