While we saw our fair share of high-end Android smartphones at MWC with fantastic displays, cameras and processors, the prices that usually come attached to those devices may be out of reach for some, and if you find yourself in the market for an affordable/budget Android handset, it seems that such a device could be headed onto Sprint’s network in the form of the ZTE Fury.
This is thanks to a leaked photo of the ZTE Fury above, which according to the photo, will be priced at a super affordable $19.99 on a new two-year contract with the carrier. It features a 3.5” display, a 1GHz processor (was not mentioned if it was single or dual-core), 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, a 5MP rear-facing camera and will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board. It will also come with Sprint ID, which some consider to be essentially bloatware.
Not the most powerful handset we’ve seen so far, but we think it should be good enough to get the job done (i.e. surfing, checking emails, social networking, etc). No word on when it will be made available, but if you’re shopping on a budget or if you’re looking for a backup device, then perhaps the ZTE Fury could be a handset worth considering.
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