Boost Mobile announced last month that it'll soon offer a pair of new Samsung-made Android handsets, but if neither of those phones piqued your interest, another Boost-bound Android device has leaked out. Revealed by the @evleaks Twitter account, the device is referred to as the ZTE Warp Sequent, following the ZTE Warp that launched in October 2011. The Warp Sequent may be a variant of the ZTE Grand X IN, with a spec sheet that's rumored to include a 4.3-inch qHD (960x540) display, 1.4GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera and what looks to be a vanilla version of Android 4.0. The Warp Sequent is said to be launching on September 17 for $200.
So long as these leaked details hold true, the ZTE Warp Sequent ought to come in on the closer to the higher-end of Boost Mobile's lineup. I'm sure that there are many folks that'd like to see the Warp Sequent launch with vanilla Ice Cream Sandwich as well, just like the original Warp ran a stock version of Gingerbread. If the Warp Sequent is indeed being released on September 17, an official announcement shouldn't be too far off, so keep it locked to PhoneDog for more.