Boost Mobile has just added another Android smartphone to its no-contract lineup which comes with 4G LTE connectivity. The Boost Warp 4G, manufactured by ZTE and was leaked last month, is now available from the carrier for $199.99. The device is a refresh to last year’s Boost Warp model this time around adding support for LTE data connection under the Sprint network.
Boost Warp 4G Technical Specifications
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- Dual-mode 3G/4G LTE
- 4.5-inch HD Display
- 1.2GHz dual-core processor
- 1GB RAM / 8GB ROM
- 8MP Rear-Facing Camera
- 1MP Front-Facing camera
- Stereo Bluetooth 4.0
- 3.5 mm headset jack
- Access to Google Play
- 2070mAh battery
The addition of Boost Warp 4G makes this the 6th smartphone offered by Boost Mobile that can take advantage of Sprint’s 4G LTE network.
The carrier is offering the device with plans starting at $55 a month. This comes with unlimited talk, text, web, email, calls to 411 and access to over 600,000 apps, music, movies and more on Google Play for Android-powered phones. Consumers can also avail of the Shrinking Payments feature which reduces the monthly payment to as low as $40 a month.
The Boost Warp 4G is definitely one of the cheapest 4G LTE device offered by the carrier. If the Samsung Galaxy S III, currently priced at $349.99, is out of your budget then you might want to consider getting the Boost Warp 4G.There are of course other cheaper alternatives offered by the carrier that also has 4G LTE connectivity such as the Boost Force ($179.99) and the LG Mach ($179.99).
If you are interested in getting this latest ZTE 4G LTE device then head out over the Boost Mobile website. All phones come with no contract, free shipping, free activation, 14 day return policy, and you can keep your current number if you want to.
via boost mobile