ZTE Grand S to have reasonable price in China, says executive
With those beastly specs, you might expect the ZTE Grand S to be prohibitively priced. One rumor had the phone tagged at over $700 USD. But according to ZTE mobile division lead He Shiyou, the price of the phone won't cost you an arm and leg, at least not in China. According to the ZTE executive, the price of the model will be 3000-3500 Yuan ($480-$561 USD). And imagine, all of those amazing specs are shoehorned into a case just 6.9mm thin. The only sour note would be the battery, which at 1780mAh seems a bit light for such an ambitious model. We should see a Q1 launch for the phone, although the U.S. launch might came later.
source: MyDrivers.com (translated) via Engadget
1. platformwars posted on 23 Feb 2013, 01:51 4 0
I personally dont think that i can ever buy a ZTE or a Huwaie or any other Chinese Smartphone model.. The lack of accessories, customer support, Software upgrades is a deal breaker for me.. otherwise the price of these phones are excellent..
2. SamsungFan posted on 23 Feb 2013, 03:07 1 1
You are correct. These Chinese companies are no match for manufacturers like samsung,htc and sony
3. tiara6918 posted on 23 Feb 2013, 03:32 1 0
ZTE, Huawei, Lenovo and many other chinese companies have more chances to be successful in their homeland rather than competing with the lead competitors worldwide. Products like this are aimed for people who are after lower priced phones but with amazingly great specs(except for the horrible battery life of the grand s)
4. NateAdam8 posted on 23 Feb 2013, 09:09 0 0
All they need is a chance to improve on what they've got, Samsung, HTC, Sony, Nokia,Motorola and LG all started out just like this and they still have problems that people complain about and people complain a lot about stupid stuff everyday but given a chance and we'll get great devices from them...... Someday.