Summary: A giant from China. With a panel diagonal of 5.7-inches ZTE follows the trend of ever bigger smartphones. A strong SoC, a camera with a 13 MP sensor and LTE support will make the device a hit - and all of this for a low price. Find out what the downsides are in our test review.
Pros: Bright and viewing angle stable display, Powerful quad-core SoC, Fast flash memory, Good camera, Decent battery runtimes, The bright, evenly lit display is as convincing as the good camera.
Cons: Outdated Android version, No FullHD panel, Moderate color accuracy, Low coverage of frequency band for UMTS, Pressure sensitivity of the panel frame, Moderate speech quality, The poor frequency coverage of the Grand Memo is one of its biggest weaknesses since it applies to all communications.
Excerpt: In accordance with ASUS philosophy of presenting new devices in short periods of time, not long after the first Fonepad, new models, Fonepad Note 6 and Fonepad 7, have been announced. Unfortunately, f... Mechanical keyboard are conceptual way of going back to the past, in time before we’ve had shallow buttons, notebooks, membrane, macro buttons and much more. Just remember the older computers with mas...
Excerpt: Improving on the original ZTE Grand Memo, for those who like big screens at least, the Grand Memo II touts a larger 6in display , despite its slimmed down 7.2mm thin casing. This sees ZTE upping its game in the ever competitive Android phablet market, as it eyes the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and HTC One Max . Design Despite its slim 7.2mm casing, there's no denying that the ZTE Grand Memo II is a big device.
Excerpt: Phones that are a bit like tablets and tablets that are a bit like phones – everyone's at it at MWC, and ZTE is no exception. The Grand Memo is more phone than tablet, but it still has a huge 5.7in display. This is even bigger than the Galaxy Note 2 's 5.5in model, but lags behind the Galaxy Note 3 's rumoured 6.3in screen. Like the Galaxy Note 2's screen, the Grand Memo's display isn't especially high-resolution at 1,280x720 pixels.
Excerpt: If there is one thing that Mobile World Congress is teaching us, it's that companies believe there is a strong appetite for large phones, big enough that they are getting confused with tablets in some cases. Case in point is the ZTE Grand Memo, a phone-come-tablet device that packs a 5.7-inch display and a 3200 mAh battery that makes even the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 look manageable.
Excerpt: ZTE Grand Memo 2 è uno smartphone, anzi un phablet, caratterizzato da un display touchscreen IPS da 6 pollici con risoluzione HD, dal sistema operativo Android 4.4, dal processore Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 e dal supporto alla rete LTE. Dispone, inoltre, di fotocamera da ben 13 megapixel con sensore BSI, flash LED e filmati Full HD, fotocamera frontale da 5 megapixel, Wi-fi , tecnologia Bluetooth 4.0, 2 GB di RAM, memoria di 16 GB espandibile con schede microSD fino a 32...
Pros: Display IPS, Tecnologie Smart PA e 3D Stereo Sound, Filmati video Full HD, Funzioni fotografiche avanzate, RAM, Sensore BSI, Risoluzione fotocamera frontale, Autonomia, Supporto LTE, Risoluzione fotocamera posteriore, Porta a infrarossi
Excerpt: Um gigante da China. Com uma diagonal de painel de 5,7-polegadas a ZTE segue a tendência de smartphones cada vez maiores. Um poderoso SoC, uma câmera com um sensor de 13 MP e suporte para LTE tornarão o dispositivo um sucesso – e tudo isto por um preço baixo. Descubra os aspectos negativos em nossa análise.