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ZTE to unveil high-end smartphone at CES

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Dec 2012 22:09 User comments (4)

ZTE to unveil high-end smartphone at CES ZTE has announced it will unveil a high-end smartphone at next year's CES.
The company will reveal the Grand S on January 8th, although there has been little other info released.

So far, we know the Grand S will be a 5-inch device with a 1080p display and a quad-core processor. The phone will likely feature a 12MP camera.

Perhaps more notably, the phone will also feature a ceramic body and a "traditional Chinese style."

ZTE recently announced that it will invest $30 million to ensure they start having a presence in the U.S.

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4 user comments

115.12.2012 0:59

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Perhaps more notably, the phone will also feature a ceramic body and a "traditional Chinese style."
Ah, cheap and inoperable. Can't wait to throw it out.

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215.12.2012 8:18

Originally posted by Morreale:
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Perhaps more notably, the phone will also feature a ceramic body and a "traditional Chinese style."
Ah, cheap and inoperable. Can't wait to throw it out.
Hahaha!!! Classic, and so true!

---Chikn

315.12.2012 9:28

Originally posted by Morreale:
Quote:
Perhaps more notably, the phone will also feature a ceramic body and a "traditional Chinese style."
Ah, cheap and inoperable. Can't wait to throw it out.
That's not true of the Xiaomi Mii2 though, for example (based on what I've read).


416.12.2012 16:43

Well, it seems like ZTE is NOT looking to control the government as the media hypes it to be!! Conspiracy theorists my a**!!


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