<![CDATA[Touch Panel Control]]> http://www.touchpanelcontrol.com/news/ Wed, 28 Sep 2016 13:36:52 +0000 http://www.touchpanelcontrol.com/skin/frontend/default/tpc2/images/rss-png.png Touch Panel Control http://www.touchpanelcontrol.com/news/ Zend_Feed http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss <![CDATA[ZTE and Huawei go big with large touch panel smartphones]]> http://www.touchpanelcontrol.com/news/ZTE-and-Huawei-go-big-with-large-touch-panel-smartphones/ eb160de1de89d9058fcb0b968dbbbd68 Although the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 is just a few days away, various leaks and official announcements have helped to make headlines for a number of device manufacturers.

Chinese rivals ZTE and Huawei are making waves as a result of their two range-topping, big screen touch panel smartphones, which will be subject to plenty of attention during the event.

The ZTE Grand S has been revealed via leaked shots acquired by Engadget, showcasing its five inch full HD display and sleek, stylish Android interface.

Meanwhile, Huawei has taken the official route and showcased its Ascend Mate phablet, which has a Samsung Galaxy Note 2-beating 6.1 inch full HD display of its own.

The Ascend Mate will also run a 1.8GHz quad core processor and 2GB of RAM, while you can expect the Grand S to be similarly well equipped.

With smartphones getting bigger and bigger touch panel displays, the only thing that will start to become an issue is whether or not you can fit one in your pocket.

Samsung might address this at CES, if it reveals its first phones with flexible screens, although this technology seems unlikely to filter to the mainstream market in 2013.

Wed, 26 Dec 2012 23:20:19 +0000