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Saturday, January 04, 2014
ZTE To Debut Smartphones, High-Tech Devices at CES 2014
ZTE will unveil at CES a range of high-performance smartphones and consumer electronics products including the Grand S II flagship smartphone, a mobile hotspot, a new smart watch and a phablet with dual screen functionality.
The company's second-generation flagship smartphone Grand S II features the latest intelligent voice control technology, enabling voice recognition unlocking and voice-to-phone photography. The Grand S II also offers a host of audio features, including triple-MIC noise reduction for clearer voice calls.
ZTE further expands its flagship line of handsets with the nubia 5S and nubia 5S mini, the next generation in its nubia series. Both devices feature Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processors, and professional-grade photography hardware. The larger nubia 5S features a five-inch Sharp 1080p FHD display, a 13 MP camera with a Sony RS sensor, F2.0 aperture, DSLR-like photo options, and 4K Ultra HD video capture, while the nubia 5S mini features a 4.7-inch Sharp IGZO display and comes in an array of colorful finishes.
ZTE is also bringing a 4G smartphone to market in partnership with Aio Wireless. The ZTE Sonata 4G comes packed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.2 GHz Dual-core CPU and 1GB RAM. The ZTE Sonata is also fitted with a 5 MP camera with flash, capable of 720p video capture, a 4" display, and a 1780mAh battery.
On the larger-format side of the spectrum, ZTE is debuting its very first Iconic Phablet. This device features a smart viewer that allows two applications to be simultaneously displayed on the screen, and it's equipped with a dual-core processor, and a 5.7" HD screen complete with Gorilla Glass, Dolby Digital Sound and a wireless charging feature.
ZTE has also developed a mini projector and Wi-Fi hotspot all-in-one, the Projector Hotspot. This device can be used for streaming and sharing visual content whether you?re in the office, at home (inside or outside) or in the classroom. With its compact size, the unit can provide 4G access for up to eight clients simultaneously.
ZTE is also introducing its first smart watch, the BlueWatch, which features a built-in pedometer, and records and analyzes data around the clock, giving users access to "quantified self" information like body fat percentage. The watch tethers to a smartphone via Bluetooth, enabling on-wrist control of calls, content, photography, and social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Lastly, ZTE is working with AT&T to develop the AT&T Wireless Home Base device, which allows users to connect their home telephone to the AT&T wireless network, and enjoy unlimited local and long distance calling for $20 per month. No telephone jack is required; plug your home phone into ZTE?s device in the kitchen, bedroom, on vacation or anywhere there's an electrical outlet.