Picture of ZTE Grand S leaked; 5 inch 1080p device soon to be introduced at CES 2013
A leaked picture of the ZTE Grand S reveals the phone's model number as the Z753 and the manufacturer has also been teasing the device on its Sina Weibo account. Expected to be the thinnest full HD display phone at 7.6mm, the internals are not yet known but could include a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB of RAM and a 13MP camera.
We are looking forward to seeing this model presented next month at CES as ZTE continues to ride the momentum that has made the company the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer on the planet.
source: ZTE (translated), Engadget
1. Tsoliades posted on 22 Dec 2012, 17:59 7 0
This looks very nice! As thin as the iPhone 5, 5 inch screen, and full HD res? Not bad.
Although, the only real selling point with this over the Droid DNA would be if the skin on top of Android is better than Sense. Hopefully ZTE can make something good.
4. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 22 Dec 2012, 20:44 0 4
7.6mm thin? What about battery life?
In fact iPhone 5 is too then and very difficult to hold, this phone is bigger and even more difficult to hold than iPhone 5.
for such large phones the thickness should be 9-10mm
5. Evil.Bunny posted on 22 Dec 2012, 23:03 0 0
I agree with the iphone part but i think that big phones should be thinner and small ones thicker cause if you have a 5" phone which is thick, reaching the edges with one hand would be difficult, and consequently for smaller phones...well...if it aint thick, you get nothing to hold on to.
But even for large phones, i don't think less than 8mm is required, stuff a bigger battery people if you can make such thin components,
8. BadAssAbe posted on 23 Dec 2012, 01:53 0 0
Thinner is always better because then you can add any case you want and not worry about its bulkness = Common Sense
13. MistB posted on 23 Dec 2012, 14:05 0 0
TBH any phone from china and MeoCao will immediately shoot it down.
3. half_21 posted on 22 Dec 2012, 20:28 3 0
I have nothing against FHD screens on phones but atleast manufacturers put FHD screens on laptops..make it a standard resolution for laptops.. And also for tablets...
7. redmd posted on 23 Dec 2012, 00:25 0 0
nice specs but the OEM skin is also a player in the battlefield.
9. BadAssAbe posted on 23 Dec 2012, 01:57 0 0
Throw in a microSD slot and any battery bigger than 2100, and you have some turning your way
10. Thephonegeek posted on 23 Dec 2012, 02:23 0 0
Hopefuly this will cost less than other Full HD phones. Good Job.