With the quad-core ZTE Era seemingly taking a temporary backseat, ZTE introduced the company’s next best thing last week, the Grand X. At one point, it was hailed as the “world’s most advanced gaming smartphone”, but a quick look at the specs reveals otherwise. The Grand X is more worthy of being named as yesteryear’s flagship phone. Like many of ZTE’s phones, however, the Grand X does have the advantage of being priced aggressively.
UK’s Phones 4U is giving away the ZTE Grand X for free, as long as you’re willing to pay £20.50 a month for the next two years. The monthly plan comes with free 600 minutes and 3000 texts, as well as 100MB of free data allowance. Paying [...]
ZTE, one of China’s biggest mobile manufacturers, has unveiled the Grand X (formerly known as the Mimosa X), a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 smartphone, with a 960×540 qHD resolution for a 4.3″ display, a 5MP camera with auto-focus and flash, VGA front facing camera, and 4GB of internal storage, which can be expanded to another 32GB with a microSD card.
While this sounds more like an early 2011 flagship, it does have one killer feature that not many smartphones have these days – it comes with stock Android 4.0. Since so many manufacturers have skinned their Android implementations, at this point, having stock Android really is a big differentiating [...]