Boost Mobile is getting ready to launch a new smartphone manufactured by ZTE. Called ZTE Warp LTE, the handset will be introduced as the successor to the ZTE Warp released in 2011, and ZTE Warp Sequent introduced last year.
Obviously supporting 4G LTE, the new Warp seems to run Android Jelly Bean. There’s an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back. Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the handset.
Meanwhile, both the ZTE Warp and ZTE Warp Sequent are still available to purchase at Boost. The Warp costs $99.99, while the Warp Sequence can be bought for $109.99.
We don’t know how much the new Warp LTE will cost, but it can’t be more than $300. We also don’t know when Boost will launch the handset, but it’s probably going to happen soon.
Another new ZTE Android smartphone that’s bound to be released in the near future is the Blade Apex:
According to the Bluetooth SIG, the Blade Apex also features LTE, but it’s headed to Europe, not North America. More details as we get them.