The ZTE Grand S II could end-up being the world’s first smartphone with full 4GB of RAM. At least such version of the device has been caught at China’s certification body.
Announced during this year’s CES in Las Vegas, the Grand S II was touted as the company’s first smartphone to be able to simultaneously display two applications. This feature is already available on some LG and Samsung devices, but it’s the first time for the Chinese firm.
Rest of the Grand S II’s specs are top-notch and include Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 801, large 5.7-inch full HD screen, 13-megapixel camera on the back, LTE connectivity support, and so on and on.
The problem, however, is the availability. Not all ZTE phones end-up selling in the West and even if they do, we tend to get them long after they’re considered interesting. Take a look at the Nubia 5 series to get the idea what I mean – it took more few months for ZTE to bring them to the Western hemisphere. Hopefully this will change with the Grand S II, though it’s not just ZTE we have to blame for this – carriers also play a role here.