The Chinese company ZTE launches two new “smartphones”, one designed especially for intensive players, the ZTE Grand X. They also announced the signing of the terminal ZTE Grand Kis with Android operating system to a “more affordable”.
In July, the company announced through his account of Twitter its intention to launch one of the “smartphones” to more advanced video games. This will join the group of manufacturers decided to go for the world of video games on mobile devices.
True to his promise, ZTE launched the Grand X, a “smartphone” designed for those users video game fans. The smartphone features a processor Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core and a graphics card that can withstand without problems most powerful mobile gaming market.
The ZTE Grand X comes with IceCream Sandwich (Android 4.0) operating system and has a 4.3 inch QHD screen of 960×540 pixels for a rich multimedia and mobile experience, particularly for gaming and video applications.
It also has the latest mobile communication capabilities, including HDMI connectivity for sharing video content on televisions, five megapixel camera, front camera for video calls and capture HD video and HD Voice.
Along with the Grand Z, ZTE also launched Grand Kis, a “smartphone” which the company says China offers the best value on the market.
This is a high-end device will be available for about 60 euros.
It also incorporates Android operating system and features a 3.5 inch screen, 3.2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth and WiFi and a 800MHz processor which allows for smooth video playback and run applications with speed.
For now these two new ZTE equipment will be released in the UK and the rest of Europe will arrive in early fall.