Yesterday we saw some internal documents leak about the ZTE Flash that is headed to Sprint. Today some more pictures of the actual device have leaked, and boy does it look like a Nexus. If you've seen ZTE devices lately, they look a lot like stock Android devices. And the ZTE Flash may be able to capitalize on Google's Nexus 4 which won't be available on Sprint or Verizon, at this point anyways.
The ZTE Flash is model number N9500. The device has already passed through the FCC with Sprint labels. As far as spec's go, this is what we've got:
- 4.5" display
- 1.5GHz dual-core processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 8GB internal storage
- 12MP rear camera and 1.2MP front camera
- Android 4.0.4
The leaks show that the device is expected to launch on November 11th, and cost $179.99 before Mail-In rebate, $129.99 afterwards. The ZTE Flash will join Sprint's mid-range devices, but we'd like it better if it were running Android 4.1.2 right?
Anyone planning on picking up the ZTE Flash? Let us know in the comments.