ZTE releases the Grand S II at CES
Last year at CES, ZTE revealed the Grand S, and this year they decided to reveal its successor, the Grand S II. Just like every smartphone comes with at least one unique feature, the same case is with the Grand S II. A lot of Android devices comes with voice recognition for command, but the Grand S II can recognize its owner’s voices. ZTE said that the phone can recognize known voices of its different owners, and can differentiate between them.
Users can unlock their phone by just speaking to it, and also take ‘selfies’ without clicking. Running on Android 4.3, it comes with 5.5-inch touchscreen with a full HD resolution, a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, 13-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras and a 3,000mAh battery.
“We pulled out all of the stops with the Grand S II; we built upon the success of the original Grand S, and added the latest high-performance hardware and features, including voice control,” said Mr. Zeng Xuezhong, EVP and head of the Mobile Devices Division, ZTE. We developed this technology internally and feel that it represents a significant leap forward in man-machine interaction. The Grand S II will be the first of many ZTE products that will demonstrate our innovation in this area.”
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