The press shot depicts the device in its entirety and shows its full HD, 5-inch display. While not much is known about the handset, the Grand S is touted as "the world's thinnest for 5 inch FHD smartphones" on the CES press page.
The event summary on the site said the smartphone will be built out of ceramic and boast a "traditional Chinese style," as well as being perfect for the "fashionable set." The Grand S itself will be powered by a quad-core processor.
Hagen Fendler, the global chief design director of ZTE, who recently announced the 5-Inch U887 handset and is apparently working on another 5-inch phone in the form of the Nubia Z5, said that CES will spark a new "design era" for the firm via the Grand S.
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Wow, bigger screen. How innovate.. :pReply
Damn you auto correct !
YAY for "innovation." Looks like the home screen is almost a direct rip-off of HTC.Reply
Time for Apple to sue. Sure must be nice having every judge in your pocket.Reply
It has rounded edges ( must be stolen from the iPhone )
It has a touch screen ( must be stolen from the iPhone )
It has a clean interface ( must be stolen from the iPhone )
It has a power button ( must be stolen from the iPhone )
It looks "sleek" ( only Apple is allowed to do this, nobody else).
In case you can't tell I think Apple sucks.
The next 5+ inch smartphone to come out should have the model name BIG A55.Reply