Dec 14 2012, 11:56am CST | by Shane McGlaun
Another Chinese smartphone vendor is rumored to be unveiling a new device skirting the gap between a smartphone and a tablet. The class is been dubbed "Phablet" and describes a device with a screen slightly larger than your typical smartphone, but smaller than your typical tablet. The ZTE device tipped for CES 2013 is called the Grand S.
The Grand S will have a five-inch screen with smartphone capabilities and 1080p resolution. Other hardware that will be inside the device is unknown at this time. The processor could be a dual-core or quad-core unit and you can bet the device will have a higher resolution or camera.
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