HTC Tiara and ZTE Vital spotted at the FCC listing, arriving at Sprint soon
New additions to the Sprint LTE devices arriving soon, according to the FCC listing. You have been informed about the future LTE handset made by ZTE, but now another device appeared online. The HTZ Tiara is rumored to have a 4.3- inch Super LCD2 display, according to an anonymous Chinese developer. Equipped with two cameras – an 8 megapixel main and a 1.6 megapixel front facing camera, the HTC Tiara will have an internal storage of 8 GB, the source reveals. In addition to the storage, users will be able to expand the space using a microSD card. The processor will be a dual-core 1.2 GHz with 1 GB of RAM, the developer adds.
Unwired View reveals that HTC Tiara will run Windows Phone 8 OS and it seems that Sprint is preparing another Windows Phone in addition to Tiara – Samsung’s Ativ S. Still unconfirmed, the Tiara passed the FCC listing, codenamed HTC PO88100 which indicates that the upcoming device has LTE connectivity. Obviously, HTC Tiara won’t be a high-end smartphone, therefore a price less than $100 with contract won’t be a big surprise.
The other phone, ZTE Vital was previously known as ZTE Quantum and will be an Android based handset. The specs remain the same as the previous reported – it will have a 5-inch display and a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor. There will be also a 13 MP camera, 8 GB of internal storage and a 2500 mAh battery. Again, the new device running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be a mid-range phone with expected price below $100 with a new agreement. With these new phones, Sprint is going to expand its product line-up and increase the mid-range LTE offerings. At the same time, there will be new additions to the Windows Phone devices, as it was promised at the beginning of 2013. Both new devices are expected to arrive before the end of the summer.