Friday, 22 February 2013

Hands-on with Sprint's Flash Android Smartphone

| Friday, February 22, 2013 | | |

Sprint has named its new gadget as ‘Flash’ and has quietly slipped into the category of budget smart-phones. ZTE and Sprint released the gadget with less paparazzi by simply selling it in online stores. They also released a spec sheet for customers who are much interested in learning about this new budget phone. This hidden gem has been noted for its 12.6MP camera. Take a look at a detailed description of this phone.


  • It weighs about 5.2 ounces with a height of about 5.27 inches
  • The HD display screen looks fair enough with 4.5 inches built-in with IPS technology
  • It comes with a 1780mAh Lithium battery that is capable of withstanding 8 hours of talk time in a single charge
  • Flash sports a 8GB ROM and 1GB RAM
  • Memory can be expanded up to 32GB using the microSD card slot


  • Comes with a 1.5Ghz Qualcomm dual core processor
  • Supports 4G and 3G LTE hotspot connectivity and can be used up to 8 devices that enable Wi-Fi at the same time
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
  • The highlight of the gadget is the rear camera with 12.6MP. It comes with LED flash and autofocus
  • Flash also comes with a front camera of 1MP with 720p sufficient for playback, uploading and recording
  • Stereo headset jack


  • Comes with the popular Android Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System
  • Availability of Google Talk™ using which business and personal emails, messages can be done with ease
  • Comes built-in with the Google Mobile™ services like Gmail, Google Search, YouTube, Voice Search, Google Calendar and Google Maps
  • NFC (Near Field Communication)technology
  • Have access to the Play Store with almost 600,000 apps. It consists of songs, books and movies to match the needs of different people
  • The all new Sprint ID provides you with unlimited apps, ringtones and widgets to personalize your phone


  • MusicPlus and Sprint Radio to entertain the music lover within you
  • Sports lovers can get first hand information of your favorite sport with NASCAR, TV and Live Sprint Football

The Beam

The all new feature is the ‘Beam.’ With this feature you can share data with other phones much faster than before. Using the ‘Beam’ you can share contacts, webpages, maps and YouTube videos by merely touching the two phones together. Is your friend new to your town? He might find great difficulty in finding out directions in a map. You can go to his immediate help by sharing directions using the Google Maps.


The ‘Flash’ is popular for its 12.6MP camera, but sadly delivers a sub-par performance. The Sprint’s Flash Android Smartphone is a decent one, but can never be compared with some of the high end phones like LG Optimus G, Samsung Galaxy S3 and others. These Android based phones deliver better performance in terms of features, battery life and outward appearance. Whereas, when this phone is weighed against some of the other budget phones in the market, ‘Flash’ holds a special place for itself.
Author's Bio: This is a guest post is brought to you by Samantha Kirk, a writer for AT&T U Verse. Samantha provides up to date content and information for AT&T.
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