One of the biggest challenges for manufacturing smartphones is getting down the best price point while maintaining the best quality software, and the new Sprint smartphone seems to have conquered this challenge. Consumers are breaking their banks trying to keep up with the latest smartphone trends. Sprint realizes this and has come out with a product to suit customer pocketbooks.
Sprint released the ZTE Vital for the reasonable price of only $99. It’s said to be a head-on marketing angle to position against Samsung’s Galaxy S4. This highlights a development in maximizing quality for the most affordable price.
The ZTE Vital uses a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960 processor and runs Android 4.1.2, supporting 64GB of memory. Some of the features include email, text messaging, GPS navigation, and instant messaging (Google Talk). You can expect standard applications that are normally in high mid-range Android smartphones. Also, the battery is said to last for an extended period of time.