20
Sep
warp-sequent

We heard that the ZTE Warp Sequent was on its way to Boost Mobile a couple of weeks ago, and sure enough, it's now available to buy for $199.99.

The 4.3-inch phone packs a qHD display, and is powered by a 1.4GHz CPU with 768MB RAM. You'll be able to take photos and make video calls using the 1.3MP front facing camera, whilst the rear shooter allows you to capture 5MP shots.

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Like the ZTE Warp, the Warp Sequent is running a vanilla build of Android, shipping with Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0).

The phone is available now, and you can purchase it directly from Boost Mobile, or from Amazon for the same price of $199.99.

Source: Android Forums

John Thompson
John's been addicted to technology ever since he tinkered with his first custom built PC when he was 10 years old. He's also the proud owner of seven Amazon Kindles, but only because he destroyed the first six.

  • shokwaav

    Wow vanilla Android.. too bad it isn't Jelly Bean

  • http://www.facebook.com/YAYSAVERGN Eric James Salcido

    Why would anyone buy this over other phones? That's a premium price. It's built on last years tech. I can imagine a Galaxy SII or even SIII being cheaper than this from the right place.

    • No Contract Nate

      Prepaid&no contract.
      "Think for one f***king second! . What don’t you get about it?” /Christian Bale

      • Hal Motley

        This isn't a bad deal in that case because Android phones (the good ones) are so expensive especially the latest ones.

        A blue Samsung Galaxy S III SIM-free is £419.99 on Amazon (and yet the white version is £20 more, for a different coloured shell).

        Of course contracts are cheaper in the short term, but are annoying as you pay more via monthly payments.

        I endorse these sort of devices, but I do wish they were a little beefier.

      • fixxmyhead

        u can still get a better phone than this for about the same price. u forgot about prepaid tmobile huh?

    • http://twitter.com/redbullcat Phil Oakley

      It has no contract.

      • andddlay

        +1 this is the whole point of non-contract services. charge a somewhat high price for a bleh phone, but be able to cancel whenever you want, and if it breaks, go get another w/o having to spend $500+. obviously it's not for people that want to get crazy into cell phones.

      • fixxmyhead

        tmobile prepaid. buy a better phone for the same price on craigslist.

        • faceless128

          so your solution is buy a used phone?

          • fixxmyhead

            yea used but a much better phone. also theres a chance it could be new and in the box too. thats how i got my s2. it was still brand new and in the box even the battery was still in the plastic, much cheaper than what tmobile wanted.

    • God2Pac

      Even galaxyII Is last years build right?

  • http://twitter.com/guyhoang Guy Hoang

    Is that stock android I see?

    • Hal Motley

      Appears so, I guess ZTE don't mod Android very much. A tactic which I agree with, way too much BS with OEM and carrier modification on Android these days.

  • billybob

    kind of looks like a gnex

    • http://www.facebook.com/cristi.istrate Cristi Istrate

      Exactly

  • SetiroN

    So does it pack Medfield in the end? Too bad it's CDMA...

  • psychogorilla

    damn good phone... clean android interface and very good design...

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