New ZTE Grand S Flex and Blade G to be released later this year

ZTE announced its 5 inch Grand S back in January as the world’s thinnest smartphone (only 6.9mm). One of its downsides is that it comes with a non-removable 1,780 mAh battery – which is certainly not what you’d expect from a quad-core, Full HD flagship device.

But ZTE wants to correct that mistake by releasing an upgraded Grand S model. The new handset is called ZTE Grand S Flex, and has a 2,300 mAh battery. This makes it a bit thicker than the Grand S, but it’s worth it.

Frandroid says the Grand S Flex will be available in France starting September. From the live photos showing it, it looks like there aren’t noticeable differences design between the Grand S Flex and the older Grand S.

ZTE Grand S Flex soon

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Another upcoming ZTE smartphone that Frandroid got hold of is the Blade G. This is the successor to the popular Blade series, and features: a 4.5 inch display with 854 x 480 pixels, dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 2,000 mAh battery. It’s going to be available in late summer.

ZTE Blade G soon

ZTE Blade G soon 2

Finally, Frandroid also says that the ZTE Grand x2 In – announced earlier this month as the company’s latest Intel-powered Android smartphone – will be released in France at the end of September. There’s no word on its price for now, but we’ll let you know when we find out more about that.

Author: Florin

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