ZTE Grand S coming to U.S., carrier unknown
0. phoneArena posted on 11 Jan 2013, 20:17
The ZTE Grand S, with its 2013 top of the line specs, is coming to the United States where it can compete with the other high-end Android models like the HTC DROID DNA; the ZTE Grand S features a 5 inch screen with a 1080p resolution, 441ppi pixel density and a quad-core 1.7GHz processor and on the back will be a 13MP shooter...
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1. Omar-BHR95 posted on 11 Jan 2013, 20:19 1 0
ZTE and Huawie are good at making cheap highend phones
3. CivicSi89 posted on 11 Jan 2013, 20:26 1 0
Im guessing Cricket. They are known for carrying the Chinese phones from Huawei and ZTE. Also MetroPCS. But i think ATT and Tmobile as well. I dont know if ZTE even thinks of making CDMA phones. so VZW and Sprint. Not sure.
4. squallz506 posted on 11 Jan 2013, 20:46 2 0
id guess that it is coming to sprint. sprint exclusively carries the optik and the flash from ZTE.
this seems like a flash II.
5. MC1123 posted on 11 Jan 2013, 20:55 0 0
i dont know..but will americans buy this phone if it will be price same as the s3/DNA/oneX? especially that is it made in china and from china (on contrary, most phone are made in chine, but alteast the company is not from china! so no chinese gov related or whatever)
maybe they'll buy this if price with $99 on contract! but for $199? no deal!! if you're a die hard android? wait for sony xperia z and also wait for what samsung and htc and even the motorola-google phone!
6. mydi.maus posted on 11 Jan 2013, 22:00 0 0
t-mobile might not ..busy setting up lte for the nexus 4...lol
7. htcEVOlution posted on 11 Jan 2013, 23:02 1 0
Looks super nice. I have a feeling it'll be landing on Boost Mobile, as they already have two ZTE devices.
8. AstronautJones posted on 11 Jan 2013, 23:53 1 0
Nice specs, except for the battery. Truly wish manufacturers would stop trying to make phones so thin . They are thin enough. Use that space for more BATTERY!
This is also best reason for removable battery-at least option exists for buying extended batteries aftermarket
10. Robert235 posted on 12 Jan 2013, 01:01 1 0
I agree making phone so thin kill battery capacity and make phone fell fragile.
9. vijaysivakula posted on 12 Jan 2013, 00:33 0 0
Aren't ZTE and Huawei banned from selling their products in the US?
12. sergiobr posted on 22 Mar 2013, 14:28 0 0
In Brasil it would be a great success, cause a $ 400 Samsung costs here 3 times more ... so ... $ 100 ZTE would cost ... $ 300 ... a fairly price.