Yesterday, Sprint’s latest 4G LTE phone series came with an unexpected surprise, a $50 smart phone named Sprint Force.
As the current reports say that the handset is designed and manufactured by the Chinese telecom titan ZTE. The Sprint Force operates on Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0). The brain of the Sprint Force is a dual core 1.5 GHz processor. Also the phone boasts a WVGA multi touch display with resolution of 480 by 800. The screen measures for 4 inch.
The Sprint Force comes with the Sprint ID feature allowing consumers to modify their phones via different package deals containing numerous apps, wallpapers, widgets, ringtones and other stuff.
Among other features, on the rear side, the Sprint Force offers a 5 megapixel camera, equipped with LED flash and auto focus option ensuring high quality shooting along with a front facing 1 megapixel for video calling. The phone offers instant access to Google’s Play store. Connectivity options include mobile hotspot option supporting up to 8 Wi-Fi devices using 3G or 4G LTE network. The 1730 lithium ion battery lasts for more than 9 hours of talk time. Also RAM of 1 GB and a MicroSD slot with support up to 32 GB are offered.
The Sprint Force will cost you $49.99.