CES 2014 is just around the corner and tech giants are already preparing themselves to showcase their latest devices to excite their respective fans. One among them is China based ZTE Corporation whose upcoming devices have already been revealed. The company will showcase these devices in one of the worlds largest consumers' event next week.
To be precise the company will exhibit the Nubia Z5S, Nubia Z5S Mini, Grand S II and Sonata 4G smartphones at the upcoming consumer event. The Nubia Z5S and Nubia Z5S Mini both run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. However, these two devices were available in native market since Christmas. The Nubia Z5S comes packed with a 5-inch 1080p Sharp IGZO display, a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, a 13MP rear camera with OIS and 4K video recording, 5MP front-facing camera, and 2GB of RAM.
While the Z5S Mini comes with a smaller 4.7 inch 720p screen which uses Sharp's IGZO technology, 2GB of RAM, and a dual-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 processor.
There are hardly any information regarding the specs of the Grand S II which falls in the line of the company's Grand series. But it runs on unknown version of Android OS and is said to be the company's first high-precision voice phone which will offer features like 'voice recognition unlocking', voice-to-phone photography, and triple-MIC noise reduction.
The Sonata 4G features a 4-inch display, dual-core 1.4GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 5MP rear camera, and a 1,780 mAh battery.
But for ZTE, it seems this is not just a year for smartphones, thus the makers of Nubia smartphones will also showcase its first smartwatch called BlueWatch which can be connected to the smartphone via Bluetooth.
A phablet called Iconic featuring 5.7 inch 720p display, quad-core processor, Dolby Digital Sound, wireless charging capabilities will also bee seen at the show. The company which is gradually cracking its way into Indian market will also announce its Wireless Home Base for AT&T, and a device that combines a mini projector and a Wi-Fi hotspot then.
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