ZTE to present a 6-inch phablet and a Firefox-based smartphone at MWC 2014
ZTE prepares new devices for MWC next week including a phablet
ZTE has prepared a lot of surprises for MWC starting next week in Barcelona. The company will introduce a brand new 6-inch phablet, a Firefox based model and its new custom Android UI. Starting with the 6-inch ZTE Grand Memo II LTE, sadly there is not much information about the handset except we will have a phablet with LTE support. We suppose the successor to the ZTE Grand Memo would have more attractive specs than the 5.7-inch model with a 720p screen and a 1.5 GHZ quad-core processor. In addition to the improved hardware, The Grand Memo II LTE will arrive with an improved UI as well as and customers will be able to enjoy the latest Android interface called MiFavour 2.3.
Another key moment of the ZTE press event at MWC 2014 will be a new Firefox-based smartphone called ZTE Open C. It will run Firefox OS 1.3, but all other details remain unknown. The phone would probably join the low-end range of devices, suitable for emerging markets.
ZTE will also present a bunch of other devices including the ZTE Grand Watch, ZTE Grand S II and new phones within the Blade and Nubia line-ups. ZTE Grand S II was teased last month but its official premiere will be during the trade-show. The phone is fronted by a 5.5-inch display with a 1080p resolution, powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor running at 2.3 GHz. Further specs include a 3000 mAh battery, 16GB inbuilt storage, 13 MP camera on the back, 2 MP up front and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. It is quite unlikely to see the modular phone Eco-Mobius as its development is said to be in an early phase.