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Posted by on Jul 18, 2012 in SmartPhones | 0 comments

ZTE launches Grand X, a phone for gamers based on Tegra 2

ZTE launches Grand X, a phone for gamers based on Tegra 2

Promises are made to be fulfilled, and so does understand announced some time through social networks would launch within the next day a phone aimed at gamers . No, wait … They said it would be “one of the most advanced equipment for gamers” in its segment.

Well, the deadline was met their share ZTE announced in England the Grand X, a team with no special controls or features specifically designed for gamers, but pack a powerful performance in an affordable package: Screen 4.3 “resolution 960 x 540, NVIDIA 2, 5MP camera back and a 0.3MP front for video calls. This phone also integrates a cinematic Dolby Mobile sound, ensuring that the appropriate graphics experience on impact with what you hear.

may sound like something out of fashion choice for a mobile gamer, but the truth is that the use of this platform ensures a relatively affordable price that will allow users to access a full force platform, which also delivers graphics in a quality still looks really awesome.

The Grand X weighs just 110 grams, has 4 GB of internal memory – expandable to 32 GB using microSD, has a 1650 mAh battery, support for and comes standard with Android 4.0.4, and some interface changes minimally invasive that will delight those who prefer a cleaner look.

The team will initially be available in England, although it is expected a preferential distribution in Europe and emerging markets. Grand X has a price tag of $295, leaving at an excellent price v/s performance. To take this into account.

Link: Grand X ZTE launches in the UK With A focus on mobile gaming thanks to STI Tegra 2 CPU (PhoneArena)

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