We love an underdog story. So when we saw that ZTE—a company which in the U.S. is not so synonymous with "quality" —was making a spec-monster phone, we were excited. After playing with it for about ten minutes, we're a bit less enthusiastic.
The name ZTE doesn't mean a ton in the U.S. The Chinese company has only had a handful of phones make it stateside and they've been way on the low end. Now, suddenly, they're going for broke with the Grand S.