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ZTE announces single chip smartphone Grand X LTE

There is another Android smart phone announcement. So is it something that you should be excited about? Or are you already excited? Well, that depends on you. But is there anything worth reading about this phone? Well, there is something, but I’m not sure how relevant this would be for an end user, if not geeky.

So here it goes, the ZTE Grand X LTE smart phone is made up of a single chip. Yes, ZTE has finally done it and it is very proud about it. The company has taken this very seriously. The smart phone is made up of a single chip of Qualcomm MSM8960, which makes It the ZTE Grand X LTE the first phone on a single chip.

Apart from this one unique thing, there is nothing much to talk about the smart phone. It runs on a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, has an eight mega pixel rear facing camera with 1080p video recording, a front facing camera which supports 720p video, a 1900 mAh battery. And the Grand X LTE of course runs on the new Android 4.0 operating system, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.

There are no details on the pricing of the smart phone. But if you are in Europe or in Asia Pacific, you can expect to see the ZTE Grand X LTE on store shelves in the third quarter of the year. If you are interested to know more about the device, read the complete press release after the break.


ZTE Launches Grand X LTE (T82), Company’s First Single-Chip LTE Smartphone

Product to be available in APAC and Europe in Q3 2012


SINGAPORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, announced the launch of the company’s first single-chip LTE smartphone, the Grand X LTE (T82), at CommunicAsia2012.

“We are the first company to use the single-chip solution in a handset”

The Grand X LTE (T82) will be available in Asia Pacific and Europe in third quarter 2012.

The Grand X LTE (T82) phone uses the latest MSM8960 chip from Qualcomm, which is based on advanced 0.28nm technology. When compared to most phone models available in the marketplace, the single-chip model is faster and more energy efficient.

The Grand X LTE (T82) is WiFi capable and uses Android 4.0. It has a 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU, an 8 mega-pixel main camera that supports 1080p HD video shooting and playback and a front camera that supports 720p HD video calls. The phone has a maximum download rate of 100M, and a 1900mAh large-capacity battery. The Grand X LTE (T82) also has a unique buttonless design resembling a mini tablet PC.

“We are the first company to use the single-chip solution in a handset,” said Mr. He Shiyou, Executive Vice President, and Head of the Terminal Handset Division, ZTE. “The Grand series products are our high-end flagship offerings this year. ZTE aims to enhance its profile in the high-end market with the Grand series of smart terminals.”

In addition to the Grand X LTE (T82), ZTE is also displaying other LTE products at CommunicAsia. These include the V96A LTE tablet; the world’s first TD-LTE/EDGE multi-band UFi product, the MF91; and the MF821 LTE wireless network card.

The V96A will be available in Europe and Asia Pacific in third quarter 2012.

ZTE began investing heavily in LTE devices in 2008. The company now holds 7 per cent of all global LTE patents among vendors. In addition, ZTE recently won the Best LTE Device Award at the LTE World Summit 2012, the highest industry honor in that field. All ZTE LTE terminal products displayed at CommunicAsia2012 will also appear at the Mobile Asia Expo 2012 on June 20-22 in Shanghai.

“The telecommunications sector is changing rapidly,” said Mr. He. “LTE is growing very fast in Asia and ZTE emphasizes technological development in this area. We believe 4G communications provides a tremendous opportunity for the telecommunications industry in Asia.”

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