Just one day after announcing the Grand X LTE, ZTE has launched another handset from its Grand series: the ZTE Grand X (pictured below).
Previously showcased as the ZTE Mimosa X, the Grand X should be available as of today in Turkey. Unlike the Grand X LTE, which uses a Qualcomm chip and obviously features LTE connectivity, the Grand X comes with an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core chipset, and it’s not a 4G device.
Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the ZTE Grand X features a 4 inch qHD display, Dolby Sound, Mobile HD Link (allowing you to share video content on TVs), HD Voice, 5MP rear camera, and a VGA front-facing camera. ZTE did not say how much the Grand X costs.
Later this year, ZTE plans to introduce more devices that will be part of the Grand series, as follows: “Grand X for 3G and LTE dual core handsets; Grand Era for 3G and LTE quad-core handsets; and an Intel-powered handset.” There are no details on this Intel-powered phone, but, just like Orange’s San Diego, it will certainly run Android. More info soon.
Via Press release
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