ZTE's Grand S Pro Brings Processing Power on a Budget

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"an extra fifty dollar bill will get you a bigger and better screen, more internal storage, a bigger battery, more memory, better optics, and a faster SoC in the OnePlus One."

Well this phone is obviously made to entice people who wish to spend under $200 to stretch it to $250. Also, it's utterly inaccurate to say "will get you" considering OnePlus' One availability, and those limited supplies are more often priced closer to 400 euros in EU than to MSRP of $299.
 

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I am really not sure why everyone is portraying 720p on a 5" screen as a bad thing.
Not only will the lower resolution boost performance and battery life over a 1080p screen, it also reduces the BOM and, at ~294 PPI, it is still tack sharp.

Ideally, I would like to see 720p for devices up to 5.5" and 1080/1200P covering up to the 10" market.
Take the cost savings from a higher resolution screen and either roll it down to the customer or invest it in better build quality and more storage.
 
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