Sprint Force ZTE product page leak

After Flashing us late last year, it looks like Sprint is now ready to show us its Force. A product page sent to Engadget has revealed a new smartphone known as the Sprint Force, a ZTE-made device that'll come to market with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in tow. According to the leaked image, the Force will be launching on March 1 with a price of $49.99 with a two-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate. The Force's original price is listed as $299.

The Sprint Force is expected to launch with a 4-inch Gorilla Glass display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB storage, 4G LTE and a 1,730mAh battery. We're also told to expect a 5-megapixel rear camera as well as a 1-megapixel shooter around front. Those specs line up with some details of the Force that were named in a leak from early December 2012. That report also claimed that the Force will be heading to Boost Mobile, which wouldn't be a total shock since we've seen Sprint phones jump to Boost before, but it would be good news for Boost customers if the Force retained its LTE connectivity during the move. March 1 is just a hair over a week away, so it won't be long before Sprint's Force is officially put on display.

Via Engadget

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"A new leak shows that Sprint will soon be expanding its 4G LTE smartphone lineup with a ZTE device called the Force. Does your handset or tablet have LTE connectivity?"

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Reese Woodson Weak phone and Sprint is garbage here in the Los Angeles area..........
Fabian Toti sprint in my area sucks ....
Derek Wheeler I would be much more interested in 4g in my major metro area of Tulsa since we don't have it!
Luis Robles Figueroa No my tablet and mobile doesn't have LTE yet. Coming soon too T-Mobile.
Jerry Adney I still use their wimax on the rare occasion that I need faster data and am not near wifi. Not interested in this POS, though.
Phil Ofthefuture Is that a case around it? If not, that's a really ugly ass phone.
Abram Wenevermet Dennis It's 2 bad they hardly have LTE anywhere..smh
Zo Strokes that phone sucks ass

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