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    ZTE announces the Grand X2 IN


    Unless you happen to be Google then today is possibly the worse day to announce a new product. ZTE decided to be brave and show their new device to the world at the MedPI conference in Monaco - the Grand X2 IN.

    An Intel Atom Z2580 processor clocked at 2GHz powers the device, backed up with a 4.5 inch 1280x720 HD display & an 8MP camera.

    1GB of memory & 8GB storage seem rather poor in the days of 2GB RAM / 16GB storage devices but the device at least ships with Android 4.2.

    Unfortunately ZTE won't be shipping this device until the 3rd quarter of 2013 so it could be outdated before it even arrives. I can't help thinking that ZTE really need to bring devices to market much quicker than they are currently doing.

    Source: TheNextWeb

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    It could still perform better than handsets which are, on paper at least, better spec'd but crippled by poorly built iterations of operating system. Only time will tell; if this is priced and marketed at the right point it could still come out well. It does feel though that ZTE are losing and momentum they had previously gained by launching uncompetitive handsets aimed squarely at a market sector which is already more than spoiled for choice.

    ZTE; this is your chance to silence a few (money spending) critics and show us what a reasonable design and thoughtful marketing approach can achieve.....

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