This year we have already witnessed a number of devices that have been announced and launched. Also because of the events like International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 and Mobile World Congress 2014, smartphone makers from around the world have made their latest devices official.
The Galaxy S5 from Samsung, the Xperia Z2 from Sony and LG's G Pro 2 are few of the top-tier smartphones, which we saw. But there are other manufacturers, which did unveil few devices earlier this year at the CES 2014 trade fair but failed to reveal it's full details.
One such device dubbed as the Grand S 2 came from Chinese smartphone maker ZTE. The device was showcased back at the CES 2014 trade fair but until now it has not been launched. Moreover, now the device has hit the Tenna database, which is the equivalent of FCC. Strangely, the specs that were revealed earlier this year and the one, which has appeared in the certification site, are somewhat different from one another.
To be precise, back then the device was said to feature Snapdragon 800 (or 801, given the renaming of the SoC) quad-core CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz coupled with 2 GB of RAM, 5.5 inch display with 1080 x 1920pixel resolution.
On the contrary, the recent information according to the Tenna website now shows the device with a whopping 4GB of RAM. This is one of the most important of all the differences that we have noticed.
Remaining specs of the Grand S 2 include a 13MP rear-facing camera along with a 2MP front-facing shooter, a 3000mAh battery, Android 4.3 OS.
There are no details pertaining to the pricing of the device as of now but it looks like the availability of the device is slated for an arrival later this year.