Notably, the popular Chinese handset maker has also launched an exclusive Grand S II version that has been priced at CNY 2499 (Rs. 24,000 approximately).
An earlier report quoted ZTE claiming that the Grand S II would be unveiled in this quarter across 10 major markets, including India.
Unveiled at CES 2014, the ZTE Grand S II comes with a 5.5-inch full-HD display and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The smartphone is powered by a quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 chipset alongside 2GB of RAM. There is a 13-megapixel rear camera, while the front houses a 2-megapixel camera. The ZTE Grand S II comes with 16GB inbuilt storage and packs a 3000mAh battery.
The exclusive ZTE Grand S II version features a 3GB of RAM and comes with 32GB inbuilt storage, while also sporting a leather case. Rest of the specifications of the exclusive version remains identical to the Grand S II. The launch was first reported by Android Community.
The highlight feature of the Grand S II is the voice recognition unlocking, voice photography and an upgraded ZTE My-drive assistant. The company, while announcing the Grand S II, claimed that the device could be unlocked with the owners' voices with a simple voice command. Further, the ZTE Grand S II can also snap an image via voice command. Lastly, My-drive assistant features a higher voice recognition rate, and also enables users to more accurately receive calls, listen to messages and play music via voice commands, according to the company.
Earlier, ZTE unveiled the Nubia X6 with 6.44-inch display and Snapdragon 801 processor at an event in Beijing. The company announced the ZTE Nubia X6 for the Chinese market, and priced in China at CNY 2,999 (approximately Rs. 29,000) for the 32GB storage variant, CNY 3,499 (approximately Rs. 34,000) for the 64GB storage variant, and CNY 3,999 (approximately Rs. 39,000) for the 128GB storage variant.