Yesterday we came across a mystery ZTE phablet which was reportedly headed towards T-Mobile in the U.S. And today we’re getting some hardware specific details on the smartphone thanks to a source familiar with the matter. As was our guess, it seems like the device will be a budget offering carrying a large display but a midrange level hardware. The smartphone is reportedly known as the Olympia internally.
It is said they the handset packs a 6 inch display (possibly 720p). Other alleged specs of the smartphone include an 8-megapixel camera on the back, a 0.9-megapixel front camera, a quad core Snapdragon 400 SoC and Android 4.4.2 with the Google Now Launcher for a clean and fresh UI. However, it is said that the smartphone will come with a handful of T-Mobile apps pre loaded, which isn’t all that surprising.
We’re yet to get information on the launch date of the smartphone, but since it is already being tested over at T-Mobile, we don’t think it will take too long to break cover.
Via: Tmo News