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There’s a new large smartphone in town to take on the LG Optimus G Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the ZTE Grand Memo, which has been unveiled at MWC 2013.
The Grand Memo – as it’s name suggest – is a phablet, a 5-7-inch device that will be too big for some and just right for others. More importantly, the device comes from a Chinese Android maker, which means it will cost less than its South Korean rivals.
The Grand Memo packs quite a punch under the hood and will be an interesting high-end choice for buyers. Here’s what it will have to offer:
The ZTE Grand Memo will hit China in March, followed by European markets a month later. We have no idea whether the large smartphone will be available in the U.S. or not, and pricing details are not available at this time. But we wouldn’t be surprised to learn that ZTE is ready to sell its phablet for less than what Samsung and/or LG will charge for similar models.
Are you buying the Grand Memo, or do you have a different smartphone in your sights?