ZTE are a growing presence in the mobile world with recent figures showing they were the 4th best selling mobile manufacturer in the 3rd quarter of 2012. Now it looks like they are set to unveil a successor to their flagship smartphone, the ZTE Grand X.
Images of a new smartphone have been leaked by our favourite Twitter user EVLeaks. The smartphone , pictured above, is called the ZTE Grand X Pro and is an improved version of the Grand X , which has been available to buy since August.
Sadly, no details on the specification of the Grand X Pro accompanied the leaked image , but its name suggests that it could feature a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. The original Grand X had a dual-core Tegra 2 chip so the inclusion of a quad-core chip would be a significant improvement.
Our instincts tell us that it'll have a larger touch-screen than the 4.3 inch touch-screen present on the original and that it'll come pre-loaded with Android Jelly Bean. The original was criticised for its camera so we're hopeful that the Grand X Pro will include a better snapper.
We also expect the Grand X Pro to support 4G which would open up the possibility for it be available in the UK from EE.
The original ZTE Grand X was a great smartphone in its own right with our review of the Android mobile concluding that "If you’re not desperate for a great camera on your smartphone, the Grand X represents great value at £200." You can read our full review of the ZTE Grand X by clicking here.
As soon as 3G hear any new information about the ZTE Grand X Pro, or any other ZTE smartphones, we'll let you know.
By Simon Thomas on 20th November, 2012