With CES 2014 just around the corner, ZTE, the Chinese tech giant has revealed its plan for the event. According to ZTE, the company is going to showcase a range of innovative devices including Grand S II, its first Smartwatch as well as first phablet featuring 5.7-inch HD display and dual-screen functionality, and mobile hotspot with a built-in projector.
The ZTE Grand S II, the successor of Grand S which was showcased at CES last year, is reported to be a high end smartphone featuring voice control technology for voice recognition unlocking and voice-to-phone photography. It would also have triple-MIC noise reduction for more natural and clearer voice calls, according to company. The specifications of the phone is still not clear at the moment
ZTE would also showoff the Nubia 5S and Nubia 5S Mini, that were launched in China as nubia Z5S and nubia Z5S mini last year. ZTE would also unveil Sonata 4G, an affordable LTE-enabled phone powered by a 1.4 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB RAM, 5 MP camera with flash, 720p video recording, 4-inch display, and a 1780mAh battery.
The ZTE Phablet with a 5.7-inch HD screen with a Gorilla Glass protection and a quad-core processor would also debut at the CES. It has Dolby Digital Sound, wireless charging feature and has smart viewer that allows two applications to be simultaneously displayed on the screen.
The ZTE Projector Hotspot, a Wi-Fi hotspot all-in-one device for streaming and sharing visual content would be unveiled at the CES. The compact device offers 4G access for up to eight devices simultaneously. The ZTE BlueWatch, a Smartwatch has a built-in pedometer, and records and analyzes data including information like body fat percentage. It connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth, that lets you control of calls, content, photography, and social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
ZTE has partnered with AT&T to develop the AT&T Wireless Home Base device. ZTE would unveil all these devices at the International CES next week. We will bring more details about these devices soon.
Source: Business Wire