Sprint has finally issued an update to the ZTE Flash, which broke cover in November last year. The update will take the smartphone to Android 4.1. It’s a little odd that it took Sprint and ZTE over 9 months to come up with this update while most smartphones are in line for the Android 4.2 or Android 4.3 update. Better late than never they say, so if you own a ZTE Flash on Sprint’s network, make sure you keep an eye out for an update notification.
It might take another couple of weeks until the rollout is finished according to Sprint’s forum post. This new update will change the software version to N9100V1.0.0B15. Coming from Android 4.0, this is certainly a major upgrade, but one which is long overdue. Users can get their first taste of Google Now and increased performance along with Project Butter, which enhances overall fluidity. The camera app will also see some improvements now with a new blink detection feature added for the 12.6MP camera on board.
Source: Sprint Community
Via: Android Police