A new budget-friendly Android is headed to the Now Network. Bearing the carrier’s badging and manufactured by ZTE, the Sprint Force is a low-cost Android 4.0 handset featuring a 4-inch display, 1.5GHz processor, and 5MP camera. It will also reportedly take advantage of Sprint’s ever-growing LTE network.
Other specs include 4GB if internal storage, 1GB RAM, and a 1730mAh battery. All of this for only $49.99 on a two-year contract after rebates, or so the product sheet details. The phone’s launch should only be about a week away, with the handset pegged for a March 1st release.
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