BEIJING, Oct. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- China TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Limited (NASDAQ: CNTF) ("TechFaith" or "the Company") today announced it will re-enter the Japanese market in the fourth quarter of 2011.
The Company plans to ship its model H900, a 3.8 inch capacitive touch Android smartphone, to the Japanese market. The model H900 will be featured as an enterprise solution with tailored software for specific industries.
Mr. Deyou Dong, Chief Operating Officer of TechFaith in charge of the mobile phone business said, "TechFaith has a long history of working with customers in the Japanese market. We are excited to be re-entering this important market given sophistication of the communications infrastructure and desire for advanced, tailored enterprise solutions. Our track record of developing customized, high performance smartphones makes TechFaith a perfect partner and we are confident that we will secure increased orders in the future."
TechFaith (NASDAQ: CNTF) has three primary businesses. Under the TechFaith umbrella, the Company is a leading global mobile solutions provider for global mobile handsets market (Which previous called ODP (Original Developed Product) business)). Under its TecFace brand, the Company is a leading developer of specialized mobile phones for differentiated market segments, including the rapidly growing Smartphone market targeting users and Operators through its TecFace brand; Sports enthusiasts through its Jungle brand; and the Teen market through licensed brands. Under the Company's 17Vee brand, the Company has built a leading, intellectual property based motion gaming business ranging from Bluetooth enabled motion gaming controllers and software to a planned proprietary set-top motion game box. For more information, please visit www.techfaithwireless.com, www.17vee.com and www.798game.com.
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