ZTE launches ZTE Grand X in UK for £190
ZTE is one of the brands that’s rapidly emerging in the world of smartphones. In last recent months, they came up with some good devices, like the beautiful upcoming Athena and many more. ZTE is now finally launching the ZTE Grand X in UK, which was announced a month ago, though it comes with some changes. The device will be available at Virgin Mobile UK for £190 PAYG, and in this price you will get a 4.3-inch qHD LCD touchscreen, 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB storage, 5-megapixel camera with VGA front-facing camera, and there’s microSD expandable storage.
It’s only 10mm thick and it’s running stock Ice Cream Sandwich, though it’s good to see a neat device running Google’s impressive OS. Anyway, we are interested in seeing this device in the States, as ZTE is slowly dipping their toes in U.S water and they are probably growing just like Samsung, so hopefully we can see this device hitting a regional carrier or maybe Sprint want’s to carry it as a budget-friendly device. Fingers crossed.
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