Nvidia has already announced the first batch of phones that will run its new Tegra 3 processor. HTC, ZTE, Fujistu and LG all have their latest Tegra 3 phone at Mobile World Congress, the fifth one came to the list is K-Touch Treasure V8 from Chinese vendor Tianyu. The mysterious Treasure V8 still hasn’t made its official debut, it has a 4.3-inch display and an 8-megapixel camera, and it will run Android 4.0. The previous K-Touch phone is the Tegra 2-powered W700 which was launched last year. The older handset gained attention as one of the earliest Tegra 2 phones available, and now it seems that K-Touch has continued this trend with the Treasure V8 …
Still though, while we do not know a whole lot about the Treasure V8 just yet, it’s a pretty safe bet that it should do all right in the Chinese market, though there’s no word yet on a worldwide release. The older handset K-Touch W700 was re-branded as Alibaba smartphone in China, the e-commerce giant has even launched their own cloud-based mobile OS to go along with. We will see whether it will have the same kind of re-brand for Treasure V8.
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