Sprint has officially released the Sprint Flash on Tuesday and it seems that all previously leaked details were confirmed. The Flash is priced at $129 with a two-year contract while full retail will run you $449. This phone is meant to serve as a high-end handset for a relatively inexpensive price.
After it’s been the subject of quite a few leaks and rumors lately, Sprint’s ZTE Flash is now official. The 4.5-incher is however still not up for grabs per se, being listed as “coming soon” by Best Buy and Wirefly.
According to a new leak, Sprint will release the ZTE Flash, also known as the Sprint Flash, on November 11 for $129.99 with a two-year contract. The Flash boasts a 4.5-inch HD IPS display and is powered by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor.
Back in July, we reported on the upcoming ZTE Flash. After that, the phone seemed to promptly disappear. Now it’s back on the radar, although it has had its name changed to the Sprint Flash.
After we have recently seen the ZTE Grand X get official, it looks like the Chinese handset maker has another smarpthone with more than decent specs ready for Android fans, the ZTE Flash. The Flash is apparently heading to Sprint in the U.S., at least according to the following leaked image that was picked by by Talk Android. The device should be launched on October 14, if the date in the specs sheet is correct, and will offer the following specs and features: Size: 5.29 x 2.59 x 0.38 4.5-inch HD IPS display with 1280 x 720 resolution Gorilla Glass…