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ZTE announces an Intel phone

by on03 September 2012

Packed full of Ice Cream Sandwich goodness

ZTE has introduced its first Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone which is powered with an Intel chip.

ZTE Grand X IN has an Intel Atom Processor Z2460 and comes with HSPA+ 21Mbps support with Intel XMM 6260 Platform. The company tells us that its new smartphone will have 1GB RAM and will be available in 4GB/16GB versions. You can expand the the memory to 32GB using microSD. It also has a 4.3 inch TFT, Capacitive display with 960×540 resolution and 16M colours.

It comes up with 8MP primary camera and 0.3MP secondary camera. It also features GPS, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi Direct, Bluetooth 2.1 + A2DP; Accelerator, Gyro, Compass, Proximity, Light; Dolby, FM Radio; DLNA, 1080p Recording, 1080p Play; and NFC, FOTA, HD Voice, Dual Mic. It is ZTE's first flagship smartphone in Europe to feature Intel Inside and is part of a move from Chipzilla to elbow its way into the mobile market. We are expecting to see more Intel based smartphones out soon from Lenovo,Orange and Lava International.

Motorola reportedly is expected to launch its own Intel-powered smartphone during an event on 18 September in London. The ZTE has announced that Grand X IN will be available in Europe in September. No word on price of course.

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