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ZTE Grand X Quad, dual-SIM, quad-core for Php12K

The ZTE Grand X Quad is now available in the Philippines and it’s sporting a 5-inch HD display, quad-core CPU, dual-SIM capabilities, and a price tag that is just under Php12K.


ZTE Grand X Quad V987 specs:
5″ TFT (720 x 1280) with OGS, 294ppi
Quad-core 1.2 GHz
4GB internal storage
up to 32GB via microSD
8 megapixel AF rear camera w/ LED flash
1080p video recording at 30fps
1.3 megapixel front-facing
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, WiFi hotspot
Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP
141 x 70 x 8.9 mm
163 g
2,500mAh battery
Android 4.2 Jellybean

The ZTE Grand X Quad has an SRP of Php11,990 and is already available through accredited retailers nationwide.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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24 Responses

    • Anuber says:

      Weh.. maka-promote lang ng walang kwentang blog

    • Just Another Noob says:

      Don’t let this squatter-hater put you down. Your blog actually really helpful. If anything content is much more detailed than yuga. Hope for more of your reviews coming soon!

    • drew says:

      kung makapang lait wagas(anuber), akala mo merong blog.. Go DrAlM :)

  1. ronjeremy says:



    • hesoyam says:

      TFT is Yucky? Look bro it does have OGS which make the screen produce more vivid colors and does also have better viewing angles than ordinary TFTs

    • Kyle says:

      TFT is the manner of how the LCD substrate is manufactured, not the what kind of matrix technology it uses. The iPhone 5’s LCD panel is TFT, but uses an IPS matrix. The Xperia Z is also TFT, but reputably uses a VA matrix. Most LCDs today are manufactured via a-Si TFT method. There’s also LTPS/s-Si TFT and IGZO, but they’re expensive, specially the latter.

      Also, OGS has NOTHING to do with the matrix or the construction of the LCD itself. OGS or “one glass solution/screen” refers to the glass, digitizer and LCD panel being constructed as one piece so it’s considered as a singular component, usually for the purpose of slimming down devices as a whole and minimizing the air gap to increase image quality.

      Get your shit straight before spewing out garbage, idiot.

  2. Yusuf says:

    Why don’t they make it a mid-range phone and put LTE on it? The market, which this phone is aiming to, is already crowded.

  3. Haykal Lorena says:

    I believe its TFT IPS with OGS.

  4. rafsison says:

    ano po kayang chipset ang gamit nila dito?

  5. zhonghua says:

    Please confirm if this IPS.. :) but I saw at other website and chinese website that this is an IPS display.

    herewith is a link to where we are discussing it at tipidcp.com:

  6. alcbu says:

    The local brands better be nimble and act fast these giants are coming in strong. One or two yrs from now we’ll see a shakeout of the cheap locals and only a few will remain. Myphone, better listen to the market’s demand to remove that weird map at the back, will struggle but survive because of it’s financial strength but will become insignificant as most of them will be. Cherrymobile will be thriving because of its cheapest and no service strategy will continue to attract the gullibles. A lot of them will become footnotes in our smartphone history.

  7. jayron says:

    This is nice. ZTE = Alcatel killer.

    • magic5 says:

      ofcourse not, alcatel is way better in quality.. search ka po ng reviews ng zte, halos lhat defective..

      this unit is better only in price and have a fresh new looks..

  8. StudemtObserver says:

    A ZTE phone with “Android 4.2 Jellybean with Emotion UI”. Diba sa Huawei yung Emotion UI and di sa ZTE?

    Paki-correct na lang po.


  9. Minx says:

    Question? Pareho po bang 3g enabled yung 2 sim slot? Usually kc 1 lng ang pwede mag 3g.

  10. mikelowry says:

    just purchased one yesterday at memoexpress megamall and i’m still exploring the phone.

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