In his or her first post for Unwired View, @evleaks revealed four new Boost and Virgin Mobile handsets, including the first LTE 4G devices for each of Sprint's prepaid brands.
Boost's first LTE phones will be the HTC One SV and the ZTE Force pictured above, left to right.
The HTC One SV features a 4.3 inch 480 x 800 px Gorilla Glass screen, 5 MP main camera with 1080p video recording, 1.6 MP front facing camera, 1.2 Ghz processor, 1 GB of RAM, SD Card support and a removable battery. See the HTC site for more One SV specs and more images. HTC doesn't say which Android version the One SV runs. Probably 4.0 but we can at least hope for 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The other new Boost device is the ZTE Force which is also an LTE phone. There's not much information about this phone yet but the specs we do have are similar to the One SV: 4 inch 480 x 800 px screen, 5 MP rear and 1 MP front cameras and 1.5 Ghz dual-core processor.
Over on the Virgin Mobile side we have the LTE equipped Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE (below, left) which was recently released on Sprint as a budget LTE device. Specs again are very similar to Boost's first LTE phones; 4 inch 480 x 800 px screen, 5 MP rear and 1.3 MP front cameras and 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor. It also has NFC support for Google Wallet and runs Android 4.0. More specs are on the Samsung site and there are reviews of the postpaid version of the Victory on CNET, PhoneScoop, PCMAG.COM, AndroidGuys and elsewhere.
The other new Virgin Mobile phone isn't an LTE phone. It's an entry level Android 4.0 device called the Kyocera Event (below, right) which runs a single core 1 Ghz processor and has a 3.5 inch 320 x 480 screen and a 3.2 MP camera with flash. Which sounds a lot like a non-water resistant version of the Kyocera Hydro.
@evleaks thinks the three LTE phones will be priced in the $200 - $300 range. The Kyocera Event is likely be a sub $100 phone. All four phones are expected to show up some time in the first quarter of next year.
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