zte warp sync

Sprint's no-contract wireless provider brand Boost Mobile has started selling the ZTE Warp Sync Android KitKat smartphone on its website for the price of $179.99, and will begin to sell the device in its retail stores on September 1.

The 5-inch smartphone has Android 4.4.2 installed and contains a quad-core processor with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz. Inside there's 2 GB of RAM along with 8 GB of onboard storage. The Warp Sync has an 8 megapixel rear camera along with a 1.6 megapixel front facing camera and a 2300mAh battery

What do you think of Boost Mobile adding the ZTE Warp Sync to its lineup of smartphones?

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Boost Mobile starts selling ZTE Warp Sync for $179.99

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2gb of ram. Not bad. 5 inch quad core Snapdragon S4 chipset. Not a bad mid range device.

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That is a solid mid-range offering at a great price. They should do well with it.

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The stats are nice but the physical appearance screams 2011 Gingerbread for me. Still, nice specs for that price.

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I am on Boost with an S3 that I paid $400 for 1 year ago. Love my phone, but if it died I would consider this as a replacement. Almost entirely based on the price. I paid $179 for a Galaxy Prevail from Boost in 2011.

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A lot depends upon if the XDA dev community decided to support this phone. The Prevail was painfully underpowered but it had a strong following on Android Forums that made it a decent little phone considering its specs.

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