The ZTE Grand S II Dual existence has been confirmed by the AnTuTu benchmark database. The phone is the successor of the ZTE Grand S and all the information available right now is its AnTuTu score.
The ZTE Grand S II Dual managed to score a cool 33,357 points, which puts ahead of the competition in terms of performance. Its predecessor ran on the quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 platform, but judging from the benchmark result the upcoming smartphone is likely to sport a Snapdragon 800 chipset.
Higher is better
If the Grand S II Dual's result is correct, it beats the Samsung Galaxy Note III by a bit over 2,200 points. That's impressive, considering ZTE is likely to be very aggressive with the phone's pricing.
ZTE is presumably going to make a single-SIM version of the Grand S II as well. The current Grand S sports a 13MP camera and a 5" 1080p display - hardware we assume the upcoming smartphone is going to keep. We hope the Grand S II keeps the 6.9mm slim waistline too. We'll keep you posted as new information comes up.
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