By Anton D. Nagy | December 28, 2012 2:59 AM
Huawei will not be the only Chinese phone-maker to bring new devices to CES, with the recent leaks of the Ascend D2 and previous rumors of W1 and possible W2 Windows Phones. After we’ve seen the full HD Nubia Z5 become official we’re now hearing about the Grand S, in a CES 2013 context, straight from the horse’s mouth.
The (also) five-incher will apparently be thinner than other thin phones on the market, at 6.9mm. Aside from the 13-megapixel main camera we should also expect to see a (so far just rumored) quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC aided by 2GB of RAM. Pricing and exact specs are still to be unveiled but it looks like it will go for roughly $449 outright in China.