Just a day after we got some leaked details about the upcoming Sprint Flash as well as a small render of the device, a pair of higher-quality shots showing it in the wild have made their way online thanks to Android Police. The Flash in these new images looks pretty similar to the one that we saw yesterday, complete with on-screen navigation keys and what looks to be a fairly stock version of Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. There also appears to be a small notification light near the handset's earpiece.
As a refresher, the Sprint Flash (made by ZTE) is rumored to feature a 4.5-inch display, 12-megapixel rear and 1-megapixel front cameras, and Sprint 4G LTE support. We've also been told to expect a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM and a 1,730mAh battery under the hood. With a purported price of $129.99 after rebate, the Flash could be worth considering for folks in the hunt for an affordable Sprint smartphone with a respectable feature set. The Flash is rumored to be launching on November 11, so it may not be long before we get our mitts on this thing to find out just how all those parts perform.
UPDATE: A set of official-looking press renders of the Sprint Flash (complete with a bit of a camera hump) have been posted by @evleaks on Twitter. Check 'em out below.