Boost Mobile site. It's the ZTE Warp Sequent and is priced at $199.99 with free shipping. As usual with Boost, technical specs are rather vague:
- 4.3 inch qHD (540 x 960 px) screen
- 5 MP main camera with LED flash and video recording
- 1.3 MP front facing camera for Skype and video chat
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- Visual Voicemail
- 1650 mAH removable battery
- 8 hour talk time
- 768 MB RAM, 4 GB ROM
- Dimensions 5.0 x 2.56 x 0.39 inches ( 127 x 65 x 9.9 mm)
- Weight 4.6 oz (130 gm)
Some tech sites including PDAdb.net are claiming that the Warp Sequent uses an Intel processor. I highly doubt that as Intel Android phones are rare and this would be the first one ever released by a US operator. I'm sure Intel would be publicizing the release of the first US handset with an Intel Atom processor if that was the case.
There are also some app compatibility issues with Android on Intel at this early stage so it might be a good thing if the Sequent doesn't use an Intel CPU.
Update: Phonenews.com is reporting that Boost has told them that the Sequent uses a 1.4 GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon ARM-based processor, confirming that the Intel processor rumor is untrue. ZTE has added a specs page for the Warp Sequent is the ARM based Qualcomm MSM8655.
The Warp Sequent requires either the $55/month Android Monthly Unlimited Plan or the $2/day Daily Unlimited plan.