ZTE boasts in the press release that Grand Era is the thinnest smartphone in the world with quad-core Tegra, but only it gives the average thickness of the cover and the thickness at the thinnest point. Is the thickness of the case so important?
I understand that after exceeding a certain size a smartphone may cease to be functional, and among producers there is a growing fashion for slimming equipment, but really, ZTE Grand Era has still an impressive specification. Why do they mention the dimensions yet without giving the size of the housing at its thickest point? For those who believe, however, this information is crucial: an average of 8.6 mm, and 7.9 mm thinnest.
Let’s clarify that the full name of the device is ZTE Grand Era U985. This is all the more important that in addition to this model, the Chinese will also show soon quad-core Grand Era V985 and Grand Era LTE.
U985 runs on Android 4.0, in GSM and TD-SCDMA, which implies that it is intended solely for the Far East. A clock of 4-core Tegra 3 operates at a frequency of 1.5 GHz. The device has a built-in 8 GB ROM, 1 GB of RAM.
One of the biggest advantages of Era is the 4.5-inch display made in IPS TFT technology, which operates at a resolution of 720x1280 pixels. The camera of the phone features a 8-megapixel matrix, record videos in full HD, has the support of BSI sensor and auto focus.
ZTE is also preparing in the coming days the launch of 2-core models Grand V970 and Grand U930.