ZTE is getting ready to drop the bomb at CES 2014 with a ‘wide array of high-tech devices’
There’s the category ‘other devices’ that will feature the Blue Watch
Only few days until CES 2014 and we’re already biting our nails in anticipation. Besides the upcoming big revelations from Samsung, LG and other leading companies, ZTE has also dropped the bomb in the last minute and offers some big teasers. We still don’t know when exactly ZTE will make its announcements as there are some events to take hold little bit earlier than January the 7th, however we’re aware of what to expect.
The Chinese company is prepping a new line that according to statement is a ‘wide array of high-tech devices’ and some leaks connect the line with several of devices, including smartphones and phablets. There’s the category ‘other devices’ that will feature the crossover between smartwatch and fitness bracelet- the Blue Watch.
According to the Chinese manufacturer, the upcoming Blue Watch will include a built-in pedometer in its arsenal as well as other information such as body fat percentage. In terms of connectivity, the smartwatch will pair with the smartphone via Bluetooth and the company tips that it will give users on wrist control of calls, any content and social media platforms. This ‘other’ category also includes the Wireless Home Base that is going straight to AT&T and Project Hotspot in order to offer a built in projector and mobile hotspot.
As we mentioned a phablet earlier, ZTE will finally reveal the company’s very first iconic phablet that will sport a 5.7-inch HD screen and will operate with a quad-core processor. The leaks tip also a Gorilla Glass protection, Dolby Digital as well as wireless charging.
Those who are more interested in ZTE’s smartphones won’t be disappointed to know that the company teased the ZTE Grand S 2 as a high-precision voice device. Along with this one, ZTE is also prepping to announce ZTE Nubia 5S, ZTE Nubia 5S Mini and ZTE Sonata 4G that will sport 4-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400.
Source: Business Wire