ZTE Reveals All for Grand Memo II LTE At MWC

ZTE Grand Memo II

ZTE Grand Memo II

ZTE previously planned to reveal the Grand Memo II LTE at MWC this week, however after getting a little impatient, we found out about the device last week, instead. Despite this, we weren’t quite sure about the full details on the device, so today, we’ve managed to take a look at the Grand Memo II LTE, which has just been put on show at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Unsurprisingly, the Grand Memo II LTE comes with a big, fat 6 inch IPS HD display, but despite this, it seems like ZTE will be targeting the mid-range market with the device. On top of the display, the new Grand Memo comes with a fairly decent 13MP camera, and a front facing 5MP snapper, too.

The new ZTE Grand Memo will be powered by a Snapdragon 400 SoC, something that we’ve been seeing a lot of lately in non-flagship devices at MWC this week, however details aren’t yet clear on what clock frequency the Grand Memo II will be using. The device will also come with a sparingly decent 2GB of RAM, and a huge 3,200mAh battery, which will easily get the device running for at least a day’s worth of usage, if not more.

The device actually looks pretty nice too – the bezel is very small, and it’s overall build is just 7.2mm thick, making the ZTE Grand Memo II LTE very sleek and almost a little too light in the hand.

ZTE have also followed other manufacturers by providing their own Android based UI on the Grand Memo II, and the device will come with a colorful interface named MiFavor 2.3.

The new phablet will release in China and the rest of April first, but a North American launch is planned, and hopefully it will be available sometime this year for a very decent price tag of around $300.


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