ZTE will soon be launching two new devices in the U.S. and Europe. First, there’s the ZTE Warp LTE, which will be unveiled as a successor to the ZTE Warp and ZTE Warp Sequent, both of which are offered by Boost Mobile.
We still don’t have all the details about this phone, but it’s obvious it rocks LTE connectivity support, alongside an 8-megapixel camera with LED flash on the back. And since the Warp is selling for $99.99, and Warp Sequent for $109.99, it’s hard to imagine this model will be much more expensive, quite the contrary.
As for that European model, it’s called ZTE Blade Apex, and it too comes with built-in LTE connectivity support. While the rest of its specs are unknown at the moment, it’s likely we’re talking about a low-to-mid end smartphone given the fact that every ZTE Blade smartphone announced thus far such device…
[Via: Unwired View]