ZTE Grand Memo hands-on

ZTE Grand Memo hands-on: first phone with Snapdragon 800
ZTE Grand Memo is pretty grand, and that's the first thought you come across when you take it in your hands, as we were struggling to operate it and had to resort to both palms for easier handling of the cheap-looking glossy plastic chassis, which, however, makes it feel pretty light for the phone's dimensions.

The Grand Memo sports a massive 5.7" 1280x720 pixels display that can't leave you unimpressed with its sheer size, especially if you like phones like the Galaxy Note II. Viewing angles are decent, and the pixel density seems enough despite the larger screen size. There's too much bezel on the sides, though, which adds to the unwieldy width of the device.

ZTE delivers a quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon 800 600 processor, the same we have already seen in other high-end devices like the HTC One.

There is 2GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory, and a 13 MP rear camera. The best selling point besides the display and processor seems to be a huge 3200 mAh battery, which should keep you ticking heavily for a full day and change. Take a peek at our hands-on photos and video of the ZTE Grand Memo below.

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