ZTE Grand X Pro picture leaks, and reveals edge-to-edge display
Hopefully another leak will appear, this time with all of that geeky info like pixel density, processor speed, battery capacity, price and availability. Gotta say that we're definitely digging that skinny bezel on the screen, how about you?
source: evleaks via AndroidCentral
1. Captain_Doug posted on 18 Nov 2012, 20:38 1 0
Hopefully it's a 4.5" 720P display. An edge to edge display on a 4.5" screen would be sweet. I'm assuming S4 processor and very cheap. Just the way ZTE likes it.
2. 14545 posted on 18 Nov 2012, 21:07 1 0
Actually, that's one of the better looking phones I have seen in quite a while. With a 720 screen and S4, I would consider it in a heartbeat. Not to mention, AOSP. Score one for ZTE. It just needs CDMA/LTE bands/modems on VZW.......Not that it's going to happen.
3. Captain_Doug posted on 18 Nov 2012, 21:12 1 0
VZW has picked up a few ZTE phones. It might happen. I'm hoping for tmobile though. I'm leaving VZW.
14. Captain_Doug posted on 19 Nov 2012, 18:06 0 0
I just don't use cell service enough to care about quality. I use my phone a lot but mostly on wi-fi. I also live in areas that get great reception no matter the carrier. I'd rather the save money and put it towards something I'll actually use.
7. SiDroid posted on 18 Nov 2012, 21:46 0 0
This doesn't look very AOSP... look at the custom phone and contact buttons, as well as the app drawer. There's at least a theme skin on it.
4. KFear posted on 18 Nov 2012, 21:22 0 0
leave Verizon? WHAT!?! Why would you leave the best network? Ranked the best customer service? Sir, you will soon realize that all the networks are the same. You find that out after you network hop
6. Jphones posted on 18 Nov 2012, 21:31 1 0
he's leaving because verizon is overpriced and going to a better carrier with UNLIMITED data and a cheaper bill. Plus Verizon is the slowest carrier to update phones great customer service but bad customer care. An for your LTE rebuttal HSPA+ is faster in some areas and has a larger 4g footprint then verizon. Sure Tmobile is going to LTE but their current 4G and Prices can't be beat.
16. Captain_Doug posted on 19 Nov 2012, 18:10 0 0
I don't need best. I need cheap. Of all my data usage, 95% is on wifi. Whether I'm at home or at school or work, wifi is way better than most 4G/3G speeds and ping. I'd rather get my moneys worth.
5. MC1123 posted on 18 Nov 2012, 21:30 1 0
i dont really like on screen navagation.. i prefer capacitive buttons...i really like the gesture base of the playbook...even n the iPad.... on screen ruin the whole gesture experience for me...
and you'll not get the REAL size of the device... for example if this is 4.5" screen, you'll only get 4.4" coz of that on screen navatation...
so yeah..just my opinion!
11. shandesilva posted on 18 Nov 2012, 23:41 0 0
one plus to that. ..just my opinion too.
and the capacitive buttons look much better than the stock android soft buttons. seriously google has to make some of their icons and screens look better.
13. MC1123 posted on 19 Nov 2012, 00:11 0 0
yeah... im really annoyed of clicking wrong on the on screen buttons... i feel so good with the full gesture of playbook (iPad and windows 8 as well)
so in android, capacitive feels and so much better...
again, my opinion... :)
8. snowgator posted on 18 Nov 2012, 22:18 1 0
It is strange to type these words...
I am fairly impressed with what ZTE is prepping. There were some interesting WP devices rumored, and this is a fun looking Android. I am loving the near stock ICS, and the phone itself is decent.
They got me interested.
15. Captain_Doug posted on 19 Nov 2012, 18:08 0 0
Weird right? The ZTE flash is looking pretty good too. I'm hoping ZTE, Pantech, and Huawei all start stepping up their game and give some more competition to Samsung/HTC/Motorola.
10. Berzerk000 posted on 18 Nov 2012, 23:33 1 0
ZTE should do well in the future, if they keep it as close to stock as possible...
12. dsDoan posted on 18 Nov 2012, 23:51 0 0
Erm.. that display doesn't reach to the edge. I always get excited when I see an article title describing an edge-to-edge device, and I'm always disappointed by it not being edge-to-edge.