ZTE first introduced us to its Grand S II at CES earlier this year, revealing a new Android flagship with a 5.5-inch 1080p display and 13-megapixel rear camera. Those are certainly some nice specs, but if a Chinese regulatory filing is accurate, the Grand S II may have an even more impressive feature under its hood.
According to an entry in Chinese regulatory body TENAA's database, the Grand S II could come to market packing a full 4GB of RAM. That spec is included along with many others that've already been confirmed by ZTE, including the aforementioned 5.5-inch display, a quad-core processor and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Many recent smartphones have come to market with 2GB of RAM, and we've even seen a couple devices step things up to 3GB. We haven't yet seen a handset with 4GB of RAM, though, and so that's a feature that'd likely garner quite a bit of attention for the Grand S II if a version of the device does end up launching with 4GB of RAM. There's no word yet on when or where this RAM-ified Grand S II might launch or how much it might cost, but if you're a smartphone fan that always needs to be on the bleeding edge, ZTE's new flagship may be worth keeping an eye on.
Does a smartphone with 4GB of RAM pique your interest? Or 2GB to 3GB of RAM sufficient for your needs?