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(Pocket-lint) - Mobile phone manufacturer ZTE has just unloaded four new Android smartphones, as well as a smartwatch, phablet, projector hotspot and more, all of which will be formally unveiled at the 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas.

Starting with the smartphones, ZTE has called them the ZTE Grand S II, ZTE Nubia 5S, ZTE Nubia 5S Mini, ZTE Sonata 4G. The Grand S II is the company's high-end Android handset. It comes with ZTE's voice control technology, which includes features like voice-to-phone photography. The phone will also feature triple-MIC noise reduction. All other details are being kept under lock and key until next week.

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The ZTE Nubia 5S and Nubia 5S Mini both feature a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and “professional-grade” camera hardware, but the ZTE Nubia 5S has a 5-inch Sharp 1080p FHD display and 13MP camera with a Sony RS sensor and 4K video capture. The ZTE Nubia 5S Mini has a 4.7-inch Sharp IGZO display and different colour options.

The ZTE Sonata 4G is the last smartphone on the docket, and it sports a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, 1GB RAM, 5MP camera, 4-inch display, and a 1780mAh battery. However there's also a phablet set to debut, called the ZTE Iconic Phablet, and it comes with a quad-core processor, 5.7-inch HD Gorilla Glass display, wireless charging, Dolby Digital Sound and more.

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As for that smartwatch, it goes by the name ZTE BlueWatch and features a built-in pedometer. That means it will record data and serve up useful details like body fat percentage. The smartwatch also connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth, making it a remote camera controller, call controller and caller ID. It will also give you access to social networks.

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ZTE plans to showcase all of the above and more at CES 2014, including an all-in-one mini projector and Wi-Fi hotspot. It will stream and share visual content - while providing 4G access for up to eight clients simultaneously. We should expect to hear more next week.

Writing by Elyse Betters. Originally published on 3 January 2014.