Nothing’s changed since last we saw ZTE’s Grand Memo in Hong Kong last January. But the Chinese OEM’s trotting it out once again at MWC 2013 here in Barcelona, reintroducing the palm-stretching device for the global press. From the name alone, it’s clear that ZTE’s angling this tabletphone (sorry, no stylus included) at Samsung’s successful Note line; a competition that’s already been won by the recently unveiled and incredibly massive Note 8. The Grand Memo’s specs have remained the same — 5.7-inch 720p TFT display, quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro, 1GB RAM, Android 4.1.2 and 13-megapixel rear camera module — but now we have an English-language demo to walk you through it. So check out the video tour after the break and stay tuned for our live coverage of ZTE’s press event.
Gallery: ZTE Grand Memo hands-on at MWC 2013
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ZTE Grand Memo hands-on: a Galaxy Note competitor without a stylus (video)