ZTE has launched the Blade Vec 4G – priced at HKD 1,499 — and Grand S II LTE – at HKD 2,499 — in Hong Kong.
Jacky Zhang, CEO of Asia Pacific and CIS regions at ZTE Mobile Devices, said: “ZTE will continue our efforts to develop products with high value to bolster our position in the international smartphone market.”
ZTE Blade Vec 4G
The ZTE Blade Vec 4G comes with the Google Now Launcher, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8926 processor, 5-inch display, 7.8 mm thickness, Android KitKat 4.4, 142.3 X 70.4 X7.8mm, 8F AF +1M FF camera, 2300mAh battery, 16GB ROM + 1 GB RAM memory, etc.
Grand SII LTE
The new Grand SII LTE for the Hong Kong market is an upgraded version of the model launched earlier in Mainland China.
Grand SII LTE features 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and 16GB ROM, Android KitKat 4.3 OS, 157 X 77 X 9.2mm, 5.5 FHD display, IPS, 1920X1080, 3100mAh battery, 13MP AF with LED + 2MP FF camera, 3.5mm Earphone Port, 3FF SIM, 5 pin Micro USB, Micro SD slot, etc.
ZTE Grand Band
Apart from 2 smartphones, ZTE also provided a preview of the Grand Band that measures and records users’ pulse rates, storing data and monitoring users’ health condition. Grand Band will be launched in 2014 in varied colors.
(from left to right): ZTE Mobile Devices CEO Adam Zeng Xuezhong, Qualcomm Technologies vice president – Marketing Tim McDonough; Google Greater China president Scott Beaumont, ZTE Asia Pacific & CIS Mobile Devices CEO Jacky Zhang Shumin