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The ZTE Grand Memo is the latest entrant into the market between smartphones and tablets known as 'phablets'. But with notable brands such as Samsung with its Note range and LG's recently announced Optimus G Pro hitting the market, can the Grand Memo stand up?
As the device is based upon Android, there is of course a commonality with the features found on other Android handsets. However, ZTE has tweaked the interface somewhat to add additional features and make the handset a little simpler to use.
For example, tapping the icon on the lock screen brings up a list of shortcuts you can launch directly (pictured) whereas holding the icon down unlocks the device and opens to the home screen.