The Grand Memo II LTE is ZTE's new 6" phablet that has a 720p screen and manages a couple of Note-like features even without a stylus. More on that in a bit.
The Grand Memo II LTE comes in a thin plastic body with flat sides, slim bezels and a textured rear that features a 13MP camera and single LED flash.
The Grand Memo II LTE is entirely made of plastic but feels sturdy and premium nonetheless. The back has a textured matte finish, which enhances the grip.
The MiFavor 2.3 UI offers SmartShare and miniview. Upon a press and hold on the back button you'll prompt SmartShare, which splits the screen in two to drag apps for multitasking into each half, while miniview scales the UI down for comfortable single-handed operation. Both features are practically copied from Samsung.
The Grand Memo II LTE is big and hard to handle with one hand despite the software trickery used by ZTE - the sheer width of the phone is overwhelming.
The Grand Memo II LTE will launch in China this April and will later on become available throughout Europe, Asia Pacific and North America.
We snapped several photos with the 13MP camera samples with the Grand Memo II LTE.
The phablet also record 1080p video: