ZTE Quantum – a 5″ 720p Smartphone Headed Towards Sprint

A new ZTE handset, model numbered N8910, and code-named the ZTE Quantum might be making its way to Sprint soon. Our pals at Android Police learned recently that Sprint is in the process of testing the device and have also received the full specs list of the purported device thanks to an anonymous tipster, along with a complete set of leaked pics showing off the Quantum from various angles.

And to lend some more credibility to this leaked device, it appears that the ZTE N9810 has also received WiFi and DLNA certifications, which means we might be seeing this fella over at a Sprint store soon enough. Of course, nothing has been confirmed yet, either by ZTE or by Sprint, so we’ll take it with a pinch of salt for now, till there is official word from either parties on this new device. Now for the specs list:

  • 5″ 720p screen (320 dpi)
  • 1.5GHz¬†Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 with Adreno 225 graphics
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1.5GB ROM + 4GB internal memory (based on AnTuTu screenshots)
  • 13.0 MP rear camera
  • 0.9 MP front-facing camera
  • NFC
  • Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.2)
  • Sprint 4G LTE

As you can clearly see, the device is decidedly mid-range going by these specs. One interesting bit though, is that it has a SIM card slot which points towards the possibility of this being a global device. Sprint has traditionally used embedded SIMs for LTE connectivity in the past. The Quantum is not likely to go up against the likes of the HTC One or the Galaxy S4, which might be the realm of ZTE’s more illustrious Grand S which was unveiled at CES earlier this year. And this fella is no Grand S if these specs happen to be the real deal.

And here are some of the pics that will give you a sense of what to expect from this device.


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