ZTE announces 6-inch Grand Memo II and Firefox OS-based smartphone ahead of MWC

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ZTE on Tuesday has announced its plans for Mobile World Congress 2014 with less than a week left for the event.

The Chinese manufacturer unveiled that it will introduce its successor to Grand Memo with a 6-inch handset the Grand Memo II LTE. Its predecessor, the 5.7-inch Grand Memo was unveiled during MWC 2013.

ZTE hasn’t given any details about specifications of the device, but said, “ZTE will launch brand new dynamic devices with the ultra slim Grand Memo II LTE with 6 inch screen.”

The telecommunications giant has also developed its latest user interface (UI) MiFavor 2.3, which will be arrive on the ZTE Open C. The ZTE Open C is said to be one of the first Firefox OS 1.3 devices by the company and will also debut at the Mobile World Congress 2014.

The company in its press release mentioned that they will launch, “One of the first Firefox OS 1.3 devices, the ZTE Open C as well as its brand new user interface MiFavor 2.3.” ZTE has made the Open C in partnership with Mozilla and Telefonica.

ZTE said that it will also be showcasing its range of mobile devices throughout the show including the Grand S II flagship smartphone, devices from the ZTE Blade series, and the Nubia series. Its Nubia series includes the latest Nubia 5S and Nubia 5S mini which were launched earlier byt the company.

Apart from the smartphones. the company will also showcase ZTE Projector Hotspot (a mini projector and Wi-Fi hotspot in one) and the ZTE Grand Watch Smart Watch at Mobile World Congress 2014.

Stay tuned for updates on the new ZTE devices, with NDTV Gadgets bringing you the details from MWC 2014.

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