ZTE Flash

Update: the folks over at EVLeaks have what look to be the official (or nearly official) renders of the ZTE Flash. It's got quite a pronounced camera hump, as you would expect with a big 12MP sensor on it.

Well, that's a pretty convincing screen we see above. The folks over at Engadget have been tipped as to the availability and pricing of the upcoming ZTE Flash on Sprint. The Flash looks to be slotting into the mid-range category all things considered, with a $129 on-contract price tag. The picture shows Android 4.0 on board, a 4.5-inch display, 12MP camera and 1.5GHz dual-core processor -- nothing to sneeze at, but not top of the line. This lines up with a previous leak of the Flash almost spec-for-spec.

An additional picture from the same leak shows the forward-looking product portfolio for Sprint at this point, including a new color of the Galaxy SII (S2) at $99.99, the LG Mach and a few other devices we've seen. Take a look at the second inventory picture after the break.

Source: Engadget; @evleaks

ZTE Flash on Sprint

Sprint Phone Lineup

There are 10 comments

benthe1 says:

I believe that says Galaxy S II2 if I'm not mistaken.

mrich70 says:

Yeah, I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. Why would they release a new color for the Galaxy S 2???

umaru says:

it says Sprint Flash above GS2.

it looks exactly like a galaxy nexus...

It doesn't say galaxy sii2. The 2 is for the footnote #2. Just like the 2 beside the victory phone.

You're wrong. the phone with the outline around it is the new titanium grey GSII.

bpear96 says:

Evo LTE is only $99, why would you get this or the Galaxy S 2 (not 3)

jrsharp70 says:

How are those specs NOT top of the line? It has more power than most tablets.

I think the standards for "high end smart phone" are getting a little insane.

quad core chip, 2 gigs of RAM, and releasing with JB are top of the line these days. This phone sits niceley at "upper mid-range" at this point.

andddlay says:

Seeing so many phones coming out with 12mp cameras makes me kind of question getting a nexus 4...yes I know mp aren't everything.

DWR_31 says:

Tried to get a GNex at a Sprint store yesterday and I was told they had none in stock.

Now I know why.

The clerk couldn't give me any specifics, but that Evo 4G LTE price drop is very much in line with his "non-official" speculation.

After seeing this, I'll take a 2year contract lube job and a LG Nexus 4 from T-Mobile just to get away from Sprint.