ZTE just recently unveiled its massive 5.7-inch 1080p smartphone, the Grand Memo, and we swung by the company’s booth to check out the phone. At first glance, the device looks like an oversized Galaxy Note II or a Galaxy S III, mainly because the faux aluminum finish looks nearly identical. It doesn’t offer an S Pen-like device, however, which is a bit weird.
Still, it was a stunning device and it’s truly massive. It’s also equipped with a Snapdragon 800 processor (or possibly a Snapdragon 600, the company has released conflicting information) one of the most powerful from Qualcomm out on the market at the moment, clocked at 1.5GHz. Other features include Android 4.1.2, expandable storage through a microSD card slot and more. We haven’t heard wind of when, if ever, the ZTE Grand Memo will launch in the United States, but it will certainly give the Note II a run for its money.