By Anton D. Nagy | November 3, 2012 3:45 AM
We first heard of the ZTE Flash at the end of July when a couple of specs and future possible Sprint availability were rumored. Fast-forward to yesterday and we were able to take a look at a couple of pictures of the phone in real-life. Today we can check out its render with a confirmation of a close-to-13MP camera.
For around $130 you should be expecting to get this ZTE phone with a 4.5-inch screen (probably HD), 1.5GHz dual-core SoC, 1GB of RAM, and a 12.6-megapixel main camera. If you like the rounded corners of the Nexus phones (and don’t mind the Nokia 808 Pureview-like hump at the back because of it) and you find the specs appealing to justify the (rather small) expense expect this phone to be made official pretty soon, as it is usually the case with leaks like this being followed by carrier wording.