ZTE Grand Memo is the largest smartphone in the company's history. How large is large, you ask? Well, it sits right there in phablet territory with its massive, 5.7-inch display. We aren't dealing with one of those fancy 1080p panels, however. Instead, the screen has a resolution of "only" 1280 by 720 pixels, which definitely isn't bad, but that's just not as many dots as you'd get from, let's say the ZTE Grand S flagship.
But other than that, the ZTE Grand Memo packs some impressive hardware, such as its quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC running at 1.7GHz. There's a 13MP snapper on its back as well, and the unit itself has a respectable thickness of only 8 millimeters. Which version of Android the smartphone will ship with has not been mentioned, but what we do know is that its interface is complemented by a T9 keyboard made for single-handed use View the original article here