The image above is claimed to represent the ZTE Grand X Pro, a phone we know nothing about for the moment. There was a ZTE Grand X LTE phone announced on June 19 for Asia and Europe and that was featuring a dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960 chip clocking at 1.5GHz, an eight-megapixel main camera and a 720p-capable front-facer.

Given the Pro added to the name this device should be an upgrade of some sort but there are no specs to go with the leaked press render. However, we see a close-to-vanilla Android experience on a screen which looks large-ish (if we really had to guess, we’d say around 4.5-5 inches) but the resolution is unknown. The bezel on the sides looks appealingly slim but you’ll have to settle for this insanely little-to-nothing amount of info. Oh, and there’s a volume rocker on the side!

With CES and MWC getting closer and closer one might think that this is not your Holiday season phone but probably part of the Chinese manufacturer’s 2013 line-up.

Source: Twitter

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