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TecFace Branded Phone 'Jungle' Passes U.S. Military Shock Standard

BEIJING, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- China TechFaith Wireless

Communication Technology Limited (NASDAQ: CNTF) ("TechFaith" or the

"Company") today announced that its "Jungle" outdoor 3.5G rugged

outdoor mobile phone passed both the IP67 and the U.S. military MIL-

STD 810G shock standard.

Achieving the IP67 standard test certifies that TecFace's rugged

Jungle mobile phone is able to remain under water up to 1 meter for 30

minutes, provide strong resistance to dust and withstand a standard

drop test from 2 meters high. To pass the U.S. military MIL-STD 810G

shock test, TecFace's rugged Jungle mobile phone further proved its

high standard for strong resistance to shock.

One of TecFace's exciting branded phones targeting the demands of a

specific niche market, the rugged Jungle brand mobile phone is one of

the most durable phones on the market today, capable of being fully

submersed in water and still working flawlessly. The phone's shock

resistance design is capable of withstanding being dropped, as is

typical in a rugged outdoor environment. Other features of the quad

band (WCDMA 2100, GSM 900/1800/1900), total outdoor solution rugged

Jungle brand mobile phone include GPS, an altimeter, barometer,

thermometer, compass and lighting functions.

Mr. Deyou Dong, Chief Operating Officer of TechFaith in charge of the

mobile phone business said, "By leveraging our history of software and

mobile phone expertise, we are able to help fulfill customer demand

for tailored solutions. In the case of Jungle, there was a clear need

from out-door and sports enthusiasts for a phone capable of operating

and enduring the tough conditions, including drop shock and

withstanding water submersion. Jungle's ability to achieve these

certifications further validates our product's quality, innovation and

performance. Our rugged mobile phone has already generated a lot of

interest in China and the international market. We are optimistic

about potential demand from the military, outdoor enthusiasts and

consumers seeking a rugged phone."

About TechFaith

TechFaith (NASDAQ: CNTF) has three primary businesses. Under the

TechFaith umbrella, the Company is a leading global ODP (Original

Developed Product) mobile handset provider. 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 Enterprise users and Operators through its

QIGI brand; Outdoor and 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 recently launched proprietary set-top

motion game box. For more information, please visit

www.techfaithwireless.com , www.17vee.com and www.798game.com.

Safe Harbor Statement

This announcement contains forward-looking statements. These

statements are made under the "safe harbor" provisions of the U.S.

Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These

forward-looking statements can be identified by terminology such as


and similar statements. Among other things, the business outlook and

strategic and operational plans of TechFaith and management quotations

contain forward-looking statements. TechFaith may also make written or

oral forward-looking statements in its periodic reports to the U.S.

Securities and Exchange Commission on Forms 20-F and 6-K, etc., in its

annual report to shareholders, in press releases and other written

materials and in oral statements made by its officers, directors or

employees to third parties. Statements that are not historical facts,

including statements about TechFaith's beliefs and expectations, are

forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements involve

inherent risks and uncertainties. A number of important factors could

cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any

forward-looking statement. Potential risks and uncertainties include,

but are not limited to, those risks outlined in TechFaith's filings

with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including its annual

report on Form 20-F. TechFaith does not undertake any obligation to

update any forward-looking statement, except as required under

applicable law.


In China: Jay JiChina Techfaith Wireless Communication Technology LimitedTel: +86-10-5822-8390ir@techfaith.cn In the U.S.: David PasqualeGlobal IR Partners Tel: +1 914-337-8801cntf@globalirpartners.com

SOURCE China TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Limited

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/Web Site: www.techfaithwireless.com www.17vee.com www.798game.com(NASDAQ-NMS:CNTF)

/ CO: China TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Limited

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