November 25, 2014

ZTE Geek U988S confirmed as the World's first ever Tegra 4 smartphone

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Remember the ZTE U988S we showed you a few days ago, the device rumored to be the first ever Tegra 4 smartphone? Today, it is officially confirmed that it will be the first ever Tegra 4 smartphone, known as the ZTE Geek U988S. It is rocking a NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor clocked at 1.8 GHz, other than that, it is running on a 5 inch Full HD display, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, 2GB of RAM, an 8MP rear camera with LED flash with a 2MP front-facing camera, and also a MicroSD card slot.

ZTE-Geek-Nvidia-Tegra-4-2Right now, the device is only exclusive to China Mobile, the largest mobile network provider in the world. It is showcased in red but it is said that it will be available in different colors as well. No words on if ZTE is planning to launch this device in other markets, but we hope to see other Tegra 4 devices from ZTE and other smartphone manufacturers.

Are you in China? If yes then are you planning to grab the world’s first Tegra 4 smartphone?

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  • Coldappeasement

    Meh, android is good, but why did they have to go with a tegra? Much better if they went snapdragon.

    • BtotheT

      I read that cOmment and all I heard was ‘Deeeerp’. Snapdragon is super inferior, fanboy or employee? Either way a simpleton. I just wonder if it has mini Usb/Hdmis Onboard. The T4 is a graphical 4K Hdmi beast. I’d be interested in this phone depending on screen efficiency and battery life.