Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint may soon be announcing an entry-level Android smartphone called the Sprint Force LTE. The phone is said to be manufactured by ZTE and is expected to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and feature a 4-inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal flash memory, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. As the name would suggest, the Sprint Force LTE would also support Sprint’s LTE network.

This isn’t the first time Sprint and ZTE have partnered up for a device as just a few months ago, the Sprint ZTE Flash was announced to offer a mid-level Android smartphone to Sprint customers. Many of the specs of the two devices are similar, although the Sprint ZTE Flash has a better rear-facing camera as well as more internal flash memory.

Even though the Sprint Force LTE is being considered an entry-level Android phone, we’ve seen entry-level devices with specs worse than what’s being offered with this device. Hopefully we’ll hear more about the Sprint Force LTE before it’s reported release on March 1.

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Nikon And Microsoft Sign Android-Based Camera Patent Deal

Nikon And Microsoft Sign Android-Based Camera Patent Deal

Nikon And Microsoft Sign Android Based Camera Patent DealSamsung has forayed into the world of Android-powered cameras in recent times, what with the Samsung Galaxy Camera range that some thought would never take off, but it has attracted its fair share of fans over the weeks and months. Could there be other camera manufacturers that are looking to jump aboard the Android bandwagon? Perhaps, as Microsoft as well as Nikon have already signed a patent-licensing agreement, and this particular agreement is said to provide “broad coverage under Microsoft’s patent portfolio for certain Nikon cameras running the Android platform.”

So far, both Microsoft and Nikon have agreed not to disclose any specific details on the situation, but Microsoft did say that they will receive undisclosed royalties from Nikon under this agreement. Similar to Microsoft’s other Android, Linux and Chrome OS patent deals, we have no idea the exact nature of Microsoft-patented technologies that the vendors are licensing. Let’s see what the future holds for Android and Nikon from now on. [Press Release]

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Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint may soon be announcing an entry-level Android smartphone called the Sprint Force LTE. The phone is said to be manufactured by ZTE and is expected to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and feature a 4-inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal flash memory, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. As the name would suggest, the Sprint Force LTE would also support Sprint’s LTE network.

This isn’t the first time Sprint and ZTE have partnered up for a device as just a few months ago, the Sprint ZTE Flash was announced to offer a mid-level Android smartphone to Sprint customers. Many of the specs of the two devices are similar, although the Sprint ZTE Flash has a better rear-facing camera as well as more internal flash memory.

Even though the Sprint Force LTE is being considered an entry-level Android phone, we’ve seen entry-level devices with specs worse than what’s being offered with this device. Hopefully we’ll hear more about the Sprint Force LTE before it’s reported release on March 1.

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Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint may soon be announcing an entry-level Android smartphone called the Sprint Force LTE. The phone is said to be manufactured by ZTE and is expected to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and feature a 4-inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal flash memory, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. As the name would suggest, the Sprint Force LTE would also support Sprint’s LTE network.

This isn’t the first time Sprint and ZTE have partnered up for a device as just a few months ago, the Sprint ZTE Flash was announced to offer a mid-level Android smartphone to Sprint customers. Many of the specs of the two devices are similar, although the Sprint ZTE Flash has a better rear-facing camera as well as more internal flash memory.

Even though the Sprint Force LTE is being considered an entry-level Android phone, we’ve seen entry-level devices with specs worse than what’s being offered with this device. Hopefully we’ll hear more about the Sprint Force LTE before it’s reported release on March 1.

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Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint may soon be announcing an entry-level Android smartphone called the Sprint Force LTE. The phone is said to be manufactured by ZTE and is expected to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and feature a 4-inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal flash memory, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. As the name would suggest, the Sprint Force LTE would also support Sprint’s LTE network.

This isn’t the first time Sprint and ZTE have partnered up for a device as just a few months ago, the Sprint ZTE Flash was announced to offer a mid-level Android smartphone to Sprint customers. Many of the specs of the two devices are similar, although the Sprint ZTE Flash has a better rear-facing camera as well as more internal flash memory.

Even though the Sprint Force LTE is being considered an entry-level Android phone, we’ve seen entry-level devices with specs worse than what’s being offered with this device. Hopefully we’ll hear more about the Sprint Force LTE before it’s reported release on March 1.

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Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry-Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint Force LTE Leaks As Entry Level Android Phone From ZTE

Sprint may soon be announcing an entry-level Android smartphone called the Sprint Force LTE. The phone is said to be manufactured by ZTE and is expected to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and feature a 4-inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal flash memory, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. As the name would suggest, the Sprint Force LTE would also support Sprint’s LTE network.

This isn’t the first time Sprint and ZTE have partnered up for a device as just a few months ago, the Sprint ZTE Flash was announced to offer a mid-level Android smartphone to Sprint customers. Many of the specs of the two devices are similar, although the Sprint ZTE Flash has a better rear-facing camera as well as more internal flash memory.

Even though the Sprint Force LTE is being considered an entry-level Android phone, we’ve seen entry-level devices with specs worse than what’s being offered with this device. Hopefully we’ll hear more about the Sprint Force LTE before it’s reported release on March 1.

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Nikon, Microsoft, Signs Android-Based Camera Patent Deal

Nikon, Microsoft, Signs Android-Based Camera Patent Deal

Nikon, Microsoft, Signs Android Based Camera Patent DealSamsung has forayed into the world of Android-powered cameras in recent times, what with the Samsung Galaxy Camera range that some thought would never take off, but it has attracted its fair share of fans over the weeks and months. Could there be other camera manufacturers that are looking to jump aboard the Android bandwagon? Perhaps, as Microsoft as well as Nikon have already signed a patent-licensing agreement, and this particular agreement is said to provide “broad coverage under Microsoft’s patent portfolio for certain Nikon cameras running the Android platform.”

So far, both Microsoft and Nikon have agreed not to disclose any specific details on the situation, but Microsoft did say that they will receive undisclosed royalties from Nikon under this agreement. Similar to Microsoft’s other Android, Linux and Chrome OS patent deals, we have no idea the exact nature of Microsoft-patented technologies that the vendors are licensing. Let’s see what the future holds for Android and Nikon from now on. [Press Release]

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