The price war instigated by the likes of Xiaomi and Motorola has reached its crescendo and currently ZTE is making an attempt to be a part of this league. The company launched its upgraded Grand Smartphone last month and currently it’s planning to be out there at a value of Rs 13,999. Xiaomi’s Mi3 (no longer available) is that the only phone that matches up to the hardware capability and you could probably give Micromax Canvas Turbo as well.
Grand S II is nowhere co-related to the Grand series from Samsung and comes across as a separate complete identity for the China-based brand. Tapping into the phablet market potential within the country, Grand S II has a got size bump to 5.5 inches and with full-HD (1920x1080p) display. If that is not enough to impress you then ZTE has more the powerful quad-core Snapdragon 800 C.P.U. together with 2 GB RAM, something that is only available (or used to be) with Xiaomi Mi3.
The major disappointment for the Grand SII is on the software front, wherever you may be offered Android 4.2 Jelly Bean version, seen running over their own Nubia interface. Also the company is not promising any OS update to the device.
The cameras available on the Grand S II are 13 MP at the rear with LED flash and a 5 MP shooter on the front, making it another one in those ‘selfie phones’ we’ve been hearing about. Even with its stature, Grand S II weighs in a 120 grams and fairly slim with 7.9mm figurine. Storage is expandable, thus you’ll be able to hike up the space from out there 16 GB to 32 GB.
Unlike the Xiaomi’s phone, Grand S II is directly bought solely from Amazon within the country.