ZTE Ties-Up with Celltick to Power Smart Start Screen for Android Devices

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    Celltick, a Mobile Marketing company has announced its partnership with ZTE, a handset manufacturing Industry. ZTE has selected Celltick to power the start screen of its Android devices based on the Start platform.

    ZTE Ties-Up with Celltick to Power Smart Start Screen

    Utilizing the Start based interface for tens of millions of Android devices that the company sells annually, ZTE will be able to provide its users with an enhanced and unique user experience that allows them to easily access the most relevant features and information rapidly.

    Start is a next-generation intelligent Android interface that has been designed and developed to provide users with what they want when they wake up their phone.

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    With Start, users can quickly launch apps of their choice, get a quick view into their social media networks, news feeds, music services and multimedia on their device.

    "ZTE has been a leader in mobile innovation and will continue to push the envelope on our product technology as well as design" said Mr Wang, ZTE

    He further added, "We are confident that our partnership with Celltick to use its innovative Start platform will further enhance our capabilities in delivering a unique and better mobile experience to our customers"

    "We are excited to collaborate with a market leader like ZTE to offer best-in-class products to Android users around the world", said Ronen Daniel, CEO of Celltick.

    He also added, "This partnership is a testament of Celltick's capabilities in providing solutions to leading device manufacturers that create differentiation. Start enables partners like ZTE to provide higher value to their customers and create brand loyalty. We are proud to have been selected by ZTE in driving adoption of our technology on tens of millions of Android devices globally."

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