Chinese tech giant Lenovo seems to be having a very good time currently at the CES 2015 with various announcements. Another China based smartphone manufacturer ZTE is too making news and doesn’t miss to flaunt its new Grand X Max+ at the event.
This device has been launched with some subtle updates to the Grand X Max in terms of processing speed, memory storage and camera output. The ZTE Grand X Max+ is a phablet with 6inch screen having an HD resolution of 720p resulting into not so convincing 245ppi density.
Other features of the phablet includes a Snapdragon 400 chipset with a topped up 2GB of RAM memory instead of 1 and a topped up 16GB of built in storage instead of 8GB. The camera has been now pushed to 13MP camera from 8MP and a addition of 5MP selfie camera is also introduced. The device would be running the Android 4.4.4 KitKat on-board. The handset is said to be available in US from tomorrow for a price of $200. Take a look at the images of the device released by PhoneArena.