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ZTE Grand X - depth
The Grand X measures 127mm x 64.6mm x 9.9mm. This makes it exactly the same thickness as the Orange San Diego, but a little longer and wider — not surprising, given its larger screen.
The ZTE phone is also a little lighter, weighing just 110g, compared with 117g for the Intel-powered device. By comparison, Samsung's Galaxy S III weighs 130g.
The pricing of the devices on pay-as-you-go is also very similar. The ZTE Grand X will cost £189 when it goes on sale in August in the UK, while the Orange San Diego launched with a £199 price tag.
The Intel handset is also available on a much cheaper range of tariffs, as it is free on 24-month contracts of £15.50 and up.
To get a free ZTE handset free with Virgin Media requires a minimum two-year commitment of £24 per month.
Image credit: Ben Woods