Mobile phone company ZTE has announced that it will be releasing another device with a powered up Intel Atom chip.
The use of the chip in the Android handset will come with a dual-core processor, which is a little more exciting than the ZTE Grand X predecessor.
As well as the Intel technology the smartphone is also expected to sport a 4.5-inch HD screen, 8GB of internal memory, 1GB of RAM, eight megapixel camera and running Android Jelly Bean.
The somewhat uncreatively named, ZTE Grand X2, will be a mid-range handset meaning it shouldn't break the bank to give it a try and thanks to the Intel chip it can take up to 24 shots a second.
It also promises no shutter-lag, which should make it easier for the average person to capture beautiful pictures.
Exact pricing and worldwide release dates are unconfirmed at the moment but it's interesting to see ZTE innovating its devices.
Posted by Peter Robinson