ZTE Grand S was announced at 2013 CES, it is a super thin behemoth with merely 6.9mm thick, it comes with high-end hardwares such as a 5-inch display, 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. Moreover, the phone was honored with the 2013 iF International Design Award from CES, which favored by 49 top international designers. However, this beautiful device is China’s exclusive, and it’s not likely to hit the western market.
Hagen Fendler, the global chief design director at ZTE, also the designer of ZTE Grand S, said:
“The inspiration for the Grand S is truly a fusion of modern technology and human needs, the device not only provides customers with the latest in technological advancements, but is able to capture true user demands.”
Fendler is a very talented man. He had been working for various agencies in Germany and Netherlands. He was once the head of project concepts at Siemens who responsible for developing future consumer scenarios based on a global trends network. Then, he moved to China and became the chief design director handset at Huawei in 2010. Last year, he moved to ZTE as the company’s global chief design director. Noteworthy, Huawei and ZTE are China’s two biggest makers of telecommunications equipment, both companies used to make lots of budget Android handsets that aimed at China’s working class, and they started to introduce high-end smartphones since 2012 CES.
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