ZTE Grand S II professedly outflanks Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 in benchmark test
We got the news from ZTE for this set in early 2014, the ZTE Grand S II is the organization's most recent additional huge leader cell phone. The new handset ought to be propelled on April 1, clearly in China first.
Until that happens, Chinese site CNMO benchmarked the Grand S II in Antutu to uncover that the cell phone scored a spot higher than Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 (34,938 vs. 34,652).
Obviously, that doesn't fundamentally mean the Grand S II is superior to the Galaxy Note 3. Anyway it is to a degree an evidence that the apparatus can remained next whatever available high-end, expansive cell phone or phablet out there. The Grand S II likewise scored higher than the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, LG G2, and HTC One, around others.
The Grand S II runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, lamentably, however an upgrade to Kitkat will no doubt be accessible eventually. The new handset offers a really decent set of characteristics, including a 5.5 inch IPS show with 1080 x 1920 pixels, Hspa+ and LTE connectivity, a 13mp back Polaroid, quad-center Snapdragon 800 processor timed at 2.3ghz, 2gb of RAM, 16gb of inside memory, and a 3,000 mah battery.
China aside, ZTE will probably discharge the Grand S II in different nations as far and wide as possible. We'll tell you when we have more subtle elements on this. In the mean time, you could look at our ZTE Grand S II involved from CES 2014.