Intel powered ZTE Geek launched for $307

Earlier this week ZTE held a launch conference in Beijing to officially usher in the ZTE Geek, the latest Intel Clover Trail+ Android smartphone.

This is the second such phone to come from a Chinese manufacturer, but rather being filled with top of the range features like the Levnovo K900, the Geek is a more down to earth phone with a much more modest price tag.

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The ZTE Geek uses a 5-inch 720p OGS display, 8 mete-pixel rear camera, boasts 8GB of built-in memory and a 2300mAh battery. 2 versions of the Geek are available the most affordable being the 1GB RAM option for 1888 Yuan ($307) and a 2GB RAM version for 2288 Yuan ($372).

Both models will go on sale from the 25th July through Chinese E-commerce portal Jingdong mall.

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  1. andrew
    July 11, 2013

    The name Geek would suggest an offering that is something out of the ordinary. Hmmm!
    Nice blue body though.

    • July 14, 2013

      Or boring

  2. Dandmcd
    July 11, 2013

    I know Intel phones boast great battery life, but kinda wished this phone had a bigger battery, as it seems it will just be average now with a tiny battery pack.

    Otherwise, the phone is just alright, I’m sure if they price comes down a bit more it could sell fairly well. Intel makes some great phone hardware!

  3. hoon
    July 12, 2013

    dual sim?

  4. totzi11
    July 12, 2013

    Really looks like Jiayu G4…

  5. Camaman
    July 12, 2013


  6. Masti
    July 12, 2013

    NFC maybe…?