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ZTE Grand Memo II LTE phablet unveiled with 6-inch display and two great cameras

By Simon Thomas on 24th February 2014

 ZTE Grand Memo II

As expected ZTE have unveiled the Grand Memo II LTE at Mobile World Congress 2014, which is currently taking place in Barcelona.


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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