If you’re looking for an Android phone where the version of Android has been left untouched, your best bet would be to get a Nexus device. However if you want something else, ZTE might have something for you in the form of the Grand X. The device has recently been approved by the FCC and appears to be headed towards T-Mobile. Given its rather unassuming specs, we expect that this phone should be priced free on contract or perhaps at an extremely affordable price. So what can customers expect? The ZTE Grand X will sport a 4.3” IPS LCD display with a resolution of 960×540, a 5MP rear-facing camera, 1GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on when exactly T-Mobile will be launching this phone, but if it is launched in 2013 then do not expect T-Mobile to offer any subsidy as per their plan, but at the very least you can expect it to be pretty affordable.

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