The Sprint Vital, a smartphone with a pretty interesting set of specs, has had quite a few of its details leaked, including images and specs.
The handset, which has already made its presence felt a while ago as the ZTE Quantum, seems to be getting closer to its release date, as Engadget has received plenty of details about it (you can check out the device in the images below).
According to the documents the publication received, the ZTE-made device runs Android 4.1 and packs a dual-core CPU clocked at 1.5GHz and 1GB of RAM memory. It has a 5-inch HD display, but the resolution of said display is not specified. However, the previously leaked information said it was 1280 x 720 pixels, and that would seem about right.
The main camera of the Sprint Vital is a 13-megapixel one, while a smaller front-facing camera for video conferences is also present. 4G LTE and NFC support is also included. The presentation video that Sprint has prepared for the device also mentions that the handset comes with the Real Racing 3 game preloaded, so you can have some fun right after taking the device out of the box.
Another important thing to mention is that the Vital will have a 2500mAh battery and that internal storage is at 8GB. However, if you’re not happy with that, you can add to it, using the microSD slot that’s also present.
Being a Sprint exclusive, it’s to be expected for the Sprint Vital to be pushed by the carrier at a good price with two-year agreements. We’re sure we’ll find out what that price will be soon enough because, judging by the amount of promotional material Sprint has prepared, the launch date shouldn’t be too far away.
Do you find the Sprint Vital tempting? Would you be interested in buying one when it comes out?