When ZTE unveiled the Grand Memo during the early days of MWC, the 5.7-inch giant seemed to only impress with its dimensions. The display was 720p, the battery was not record-breaking and the S4 Pro CPU sounded run-of-the-mill… for a high-ender.
But then we “found out” the Grand Memo was actually going to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. That would have made ZTE’s flagship a true road-opener, as no other phone around rocks the brand spanking new chip.
The plot thickened soon after, when both stories were denied by several sources in the know. According to these, the Grand Memo was after all supposed to feature a Snapdragon 600 CPU, also brand new, but not as exciting as the 800.
We know, the whole thing is tiresome, but bear with us for one more moment as we think we’ve finally got the full and accurate story. Which is that all previous rumors were right in a way.
How’s that possible? Well, apparently ZTE is planning to out several Grand Memo versions, packing all three CPUs. The one with the S4 Pro will come with 1 GB of RAM, while the other two will feature 2 gigs. As for the time of the releases, we’re guessing the S4 Pro and 600 models are to come in the spring and the 800 in the summer at the earliest.
Via [Phone Arena]