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Get a discount on the ZTE Skate from The Smartphone Centre

14/09/[email protected]:06 by James - 155 words

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With the ZTE Skate launching from September 23rd SIM free, The Smartphone Centre are kindly offering a further discount on this already bargain device.

Not only are they offering the UK's lowest SIM Free price of £214.95 including VAT, they are also including free standard UK delivery.

With a 5MB Camera, a 4.3" screen, Adobe Flash Support and powered by Android 2.3, this smartphone enables a rich multimedia experience. Combing the ZTE Skate with the Android Market Place you can install a selection of games and applications from over 300,00 listed.

As a special added bonus if you follow The Smartphone Centre on Twitter and like them on Facebook you will get an additional £5 off discount code bringing the price of the ZTE Skate to just £209.95.

An amazing price for a 4.3 inch new Android device!

Not sure what to make of it. Is it worth £60 more than an OSF for flash support?

Edited by Frankish

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DB006    2

You can run Adobe Flash 10.1 on ARM6 processors, there's a thread how to do it on XDA.

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Chris_67    5

maybe it's got an arm7 cpu...?

No, it has an ARMv6 (ARM11 Family) CPU.

Flash (I think it was V10.2) has been adapted for ARMv6-CPUs at a minimum speed of 800MHz in a cooperation between QUALCOMM and ADOBE.

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