ZTE has unveiled the Grand Memo handset at the Mobile World Congress. The 5.7-inch’ phablet’ device is expected to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Note line when it launches later this year.
Powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, the Grand Memo boasts a Full HD resolution screen, a 13-megapixel camera and 4G connectivity.
Other features include Wi-Fi 5.0GHz, Dolby Digital sound technology and Google’s Android Jelly Bean operating system. ZTE has also managed to cram a 3200mAh battery into its 8.5mm shell.
ZTE is a rising force in the global smartphone market, having recently announced a deal with chip-maker NVIDIA to deliver the first ‘super phones’ fitted with the Tegra 4 mobile processor.
A specific release date and pricing details for the Grand Memo are yet to be announced.