The 6-inch phablet has a 720p IPS display (1280*720 pixels) which takes up 80 per cent of the handset. It adopts an ultra slim design (just 7.2mm thick) and features a textured back adds a touch of a luxury and makes it grippier in the hand.
As the name suggests it supports 4G LTE, while it's powered by a Snapdragon 400 processor and has 2GB of RAM. It comes pre-loaded with Android KitKat (4.4) and there should be plenty of the 16GB onboard memory left available to users.
The rapid spread of the 'selfie' has led to a huge increase in the quality of the front-facing cameras and ZTE have included a 5 mega-pixel snapper in the Grand Memo II. That's backed up by a 13-mega-pixel rear-facing camera with auto-focus and an LED flash.
Battery life should be excellent thanks to the inclusion of a 3200mAh battery and ZTE’s unique battery-saving solutions that cut power consumption by 30%. Connectivity includes Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, 4G, DNLA and GPS - but no NFC support unfortunately.
The ZTE Grand Memo II will be available in ZTE's native China in April and will roll-out globally shortly after. The price remains unknown, but it should be priced competitively and we'd expect it set you back somewhere around £220.
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