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It's been a busy week for those serial device leakers, @evleaks, with a vast array of devices to share with us. Granted, not all of said devices have been of interest to Android fans, but they're back with yet another that could well be. 

What we see here is the ZTE Grand X Pro. And, that's it. That's all we've got. No specs or carrier information this time, just a name and a render. That said, it's a nice looking render though. And if it proves to be an accurate render, we're looking at an edge-to-edge display. 

Like the original ZTE Grand X, it appears to be running almost stock Ice Cream Sandwich. But, unlike the original, no capacitive buttons to be found anywhere. 

The guys at @evleaks have a pretty good track record when it comes to devices they share with us, so we're relatively confident that we'll be seeing this one down the road somewhere in the future. But, we'll have to wait until that time -- or until it gets leaked again -- to find out what's under the hood, and such boring details as price and availability. 

Source: @evleaks

 

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ZTE Grand X Pro leaked, details remain a little scarce

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lol...all i can say is we all have different tastes, in my opinion the nexus 4 is much more pleasing to look at than this

Nexus 4 is a very elegant looking phone no doubt. But for me this phone with its minimal and unnecessary bezel is a better looking phone (based on the front shot).Which by the way put's the iPhoney at the bottom of the list.

Oh man YES! First thing I said when I saw it. Looks just like an iPhone 5 with a bigger screen. I dislike Apple, but it's obvious.

Is that a software menu button instead of a multitasking button? Ew.
Also, judging by the size of the software buttons I'm guessing this has a pretty low resolution

Judging by the size of the icons, looks to be a 5" screen.
Not suprising since several other companies have announced 5" models as well. Colors look like standard AMOLED with 1280x720p.

It looks good... It feels good... and it is so thin...
But if you put a case on it for protection - does that not trump it all?
Just wondering how many people use a protective case...