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ZTE Geek Intel Android Smartphone Announced

ZTE has made another tricky movement. By the end of the first day at IDF, which took place in Beijing, we saw ZTE’s latest device which has a really strange name – Geek. Well, it will not be a surprise to anyone if we say that the device gets its power from Intel processor ( unlike most Android phones). The model is Clover Trail+ Atom and it works on 2Ghz. If it sounds familiar to you, then it is because Lenovo K900 is equipped with the same one. However, the handset isn’t shining with some innovative characteristics that will spin the heads of buyers.

ZTE Geek

ZTE Geek

The screensize is 5”with 720p display covered with Gorilla Glass. Pleasant surprise is the 1MP front-facing camera which performs quite well when it comes to video conversations.  The rear-facing camera is 8MP and the inbuilt storage space is set to 8GB. In terms of RAM the device has 1GB and the battery is 2300mAh supporting wireless charging. Of course the “default” extras such as GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n) are not missing. The operating system is, as usual, Android JellyBean 4.1

What made a really strong impression on us was the design of the handset. It has really smooth edges and glossy white finish. However, most users prefer the black version because it gives more of a premium feeling. Many people believe that the built quality is great and they are not making a mistake making such assumption. Some of the latest trends in the smartphone design support the improvement of built quality. After all, if there is something that most handsets are lacking – it is quality materials and smooth design. Anyway, you can take a look at some of the review videos of ZTE Geek – they will give you a brief idea what the phone is like and how it performs in terms of gaming and video streaming.


Mike is a software engineer with a love for tinkering with smart phone devices. He spends a lot of time moving pictures to his SD card, because the Android keeps running out of memory. In his spare time, he travels to different parts of the world and takes one of his Android devices with him.

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