ZTE unveils voice-controlled Grand S II

Jamie Feltham
January 6, 2014

ZTE is one of the few phone makers to actually introduce a new flagship phone at CES this year. The company today announced the ZTE Grand S II.

The basics are in place – it’s an Android 4.3 handset with a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor. The rear camera is a 13-megapixel snapper with a 2-megapixel one attached to the front. As for the display, it’s at 5.5-inch running 1080p. There’s 16GB of storage space and a 3000mAh battery. Nothing to scoff at there.

The bit that seperates it from the pack? Voice control. The Grand SII lets you carry out a wide range of actions on your phone just by speaking to it. That includes unlocking and camera functions.

As for release dates and pricing? Like so many other CES exhibitors, ZTE is staying hush-hush on those details.

Let’s hope that changes soon.

Source: ZTE

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