At CES 2013, ZTE exhibited the ZTE Grand S, a 5 inch Full HD screen smartphone with a non-removable battery and under 2,000 mAh capacity. Since its launch in China, users have been complaining about battery issue which indeed is a problem when it comes to large screen devices, especially if the display has a Full HD resolution. To “fix” this problem, the Chinese OEM is looking to launch a similar design-wise model with upgraded hardware under the hood, called ZTE Grand S Flex.
FrAndroid, a French Android oriented blog got their hands-on a couple of ZTE devices, one of them being the ZTE Grand S Flex and the second smartphone is the ZTE Blade G.
Following on the Blade series, ZTE Blade G is an entry-level device that features a 4.5 inch screen with 854 x 480 pixels, it is powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor with 512MB RAM, and a 2,000 mAh battery capacity.
Regarding these devices time of release, FrAndroid says the Blade G is going on sale this summer, while the ZTE Grand S Flex and the ZTE Grand X2 In powered by an Intel Atom Z2580 processor announced not to long ago will hit the shelves sometime in September, likely after IFA 2013 expo.