The ZTE Quantum Headed to the Now Network?
The ZTE Quantum makes its way to Sprint! It looks like the carrier will team up with the manufacturer again to produce some awesome! Most recently the pairing put forth the ZTE Sprint Force. The Force while a solid smart phone is a mid range device that offers its self up for a rather affordable price point. The Quantum however is expected to be a bit larger and fit well in that midrange spectrum and most certainly carry with it a low price. While you won’t find any block buster’s here, what you will gaze you eyes upon is an awesome handset with all the features and connectivity you need.
Currently the device is known as the ZTE Quantum aka N8910. The simple slate styled device is said to be headed to the yellow clad carrier and will most likely drop the ZTE branding all together. Whether the Quantum name stays around or not, it’s almost a guarantee this will be branded as the ‘Sprint Quantum’ as dropping ZTE’s namesake off of the phone is common for Sprint and other carriers for that matter. So what can you expect from this new smart phone? The Quantum proves to be a middle of the road device. Not high end enough for the high end and not mid range enough for the mid range. The device starts with a 5 inch touch screen that offers up a 720p pixel resolution at 320 pixels per inch. Around back of its simple build you’ll notice a 13 mega pixel camera with LED flash. Additionally this new Quantum comes with a 0.9 mega pixel front facing camera. Internally you can expect a dual core Qualcomm made Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 system chip with a 1.5 GHz processor, an Adreno 225 GPU, 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory. Additional details five the Quantum, NFC, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE connectivity all running the likes of Android version 4.1.2. The leaky source also claims that this handset could be a global phone as it houses an exposed SIM card slot which is usually hidden away for Sprint’s LTE connectivity. Recently the Quantum N8910 has been blessed with its Wi-Fi and DNLA certifications so it’s only a matter of time before this new handset pops up.
Anyone interested in the ZTE Quantum for Sprint? While it’s just a shot in the dark, I’m expecting this Quantum to be rather affordable. Any takers? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think and be sure to check out all the best in Sprint accessories today.NFC, pixel resolution, ZTE, snapdragon, Android