ZTE Flash now available from Sprint for $129


The ZTE Flash, officially dubbed the Sprint Flash, has launched on the Now Network. Available for $129.99 on a new contract, the Flash features Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and touts a “best-in-class” 12MP camera. Aside from the impressive number of megapixels lurking behind the Flash’s lens, the phone also features a solid array of specs including a dual-core 1.5GHz CPU, 4.5-inch HD display, and LTE connectivity.

Features, as well as pricing, match what we saw in previous leaks. Users can also expect NFC support, 8GB of internal storage with microSD expandability, and a 1780mAh battery. The phone appears to be running stock ICS and gets Sprint ID for added support. Check out Sprint’s site for more details or to pick up the handset for yourself.

[via Sprint]

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  1. Or get the Galaxy S3 for $100 on Amazon. I feel bad for those who buy this because they don’t see the better and less expensive options.

  2. looks like a nexus

  3. Unless you prefer IPS to shitty AMOLED, then this thing is very appealing vs the S3. also, 4.5 is closer to the 4.3 many of us prefer for phone screens.

  4. Surprised to see stock Android on this thing.

  5. zte nexus with lte,better than nothing

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