ZTE introduces Intel-powered Grand X2 In smartphone
| by tech2 News Staff |
ZTE introduced its Grand X2 In smartphone with Intel Inside at the MedPi conference in Monaco yesterday. The newly-introduced smartphone features the Intel Atom Processor Z2580 up to 2GHz.
It runs the latest Android version Jelly Bean and sports an 8MP shooter. Other features include 1080p movie and video playback capabilities. ZTE claims that the 8MP shooter is capable of up to shooting videos at 24 frames per second with no shutter lag. The smartphone is powered by a 2000 mAh battery.
Runs Jelly Bean
The ZTE Grand X2 In sports a 4.5-inch HD display. It comes with ZTE’s My-Pop function for one-handed operation and IPS technology that prevents screen picture distortion. It also features a 0.7 mm slim touch panel for a slimmer design. The ZTE Grand X2 In comes with built-in audio enhancement technology and Wireless Display (WiDi), which enables wireless streaming between connected media devices. The ZTE Grand X2 In smartphone comes with 8GB ROM, 1GB RAM and microSD support for up to 32GB.
“Our teams have worked together to harness the power of the Intel Atom processor Z2580 to create a high performance smartphone with market-leading features and long battery life. The Grand X2 In will provide an excellent choice for consumers in fast growing smartphone market. We are proud to announce the ZTE Grand X2 In smartphone pursuing our multi-year strategic collaboration with Intel,” said William Chhao, Terminal Director at ZTE France. “The ZTE Grand X2 In is set to build on the success of the ZTE Grand X In, our first flagship smartphone in Europe to feature Intel Inside, and further increase ZTE’s growth in the high-performance smartphone market segment.”
The ZTE Grand X2 In will be available in Europe in Q3 2013 with both key operators and channel partners.
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