ZTE Grand S

The ZTE Grand S combines unique design with outstanding technology in an ultrathin frame. The 5-inch full high definition screen floats atop the sleek curves of an ergonomic 0.27-inch frame housing a powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor.

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ZTE Grand S makes high definition incredibly thin

 

 

 

Smartphones with brilliant, oversized, high-definition screens are making waves at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The Sony Xperia Z and ZL made their debut this week, only to be followed by an impressive phone from another giant in the smartphone industry — ZTE.

ZTE says its new Grand S is the thinnest phone with a 5-inch screen phone. Like the Droid DNA by HTC and Xperia Z and ZL, the Grand S features 1,920-by-1,080 pixel resolution. That’s kind of image quality that, until recently, you could only get on a HDTV.

It takes a lot of processing power to drive this kind of resolution, and the features that go with it. Under the hood of the Grand S you'll find a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor (quad-core CPUs, 1.7GHz), similar to the one found in the Xperia Z, ZL, and Droid DNA. It’s backed by 2 GB of memory and 16 GB of storage.

 

 

 

A sophisticated phone like this needs built-in 4G LTE, which the Grand S has thanks to its Qualcomm Gobi™ 4G modem. It also comes with a 13 Megapixel camera that supports facial recognition, panoramic shooting, and 1080p video capture. The phone’s Dolby Digital surround sound system delivers the kind of sound audiophiles will rave about.

The ZTE Grand S will be available in China in the end of the first quarter, and we’re watching to see if it will come to the U.S.

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9 janv. 2013
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ZTE brings Nubia 5 and Grand S smartphones to U.S.

Smartphone manufacturer ZTE is a company on the rise in the U.S. and starting last Saturday their two newest, high-end Android handsets, the ZTE Grand S and ZTE Nubia 5, became available for pre-order in the U.S.

Both the ZTE Grand S and ZTE Nubia 5 are powered by the multitasking, battery-saving Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and are packed with 16GB of ROM and 2GB of RAM.

ZTE nubia 5 smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor

The Nubia 5 features the fundamentals of a digital SLR, including a 13-megapixel camera enhanced by a high-end, scratch-resistant Konica-Minolta sapphire lens and a Sony CMOS sensor. Shutterbugs can access a full range of advanced photography settings, including a high-speed burst mode, control over focus and lighting options, and a four-direction panoramic shooting mode. More casual photo fans will find features like filters and smile detection modes included as well. A second, 2-megapixel lens is also equipped on the phone as a front-facing camera. The manufacturer unlocked Nubia 5 will cost $449.99 without a new phone contract.

ZTE Grand S smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor

The Grand S, originally announced at CES last January, is a beauty to behold. Not only is it distinguished as the thinnest smart phone available in the country to date, at just 0.27-inches thick, it was also the winner of the 2013 iF International Design Award and Japan’s 2013 Good Design Award. This handset is also packed with a full HD screen, a 13-megapixel camera and 2-megapixel front-facing secondary lens while being slightly taller than the Nubia 5 (5.59-inches vs. 5.43-inches). The Grand S will be available unlocked without a new phone contract for $399.99.

Both the Grand S and the Nubia 5 are slated to be released on October 12.

7 oct. 2013

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