Sprint has done it again, releasing a YouTube video for a yet-to-be-announced Android smartphone. This time we’re treated to an early look at the Sprint Express, a low-cost Gingerbread (2.3) handset with a 600Mhz processor, 2.6-inch display, and 3.2-megapixel camera. Price, according to leaks, should end up at $19.99 with a two-year service agreement. Our gut tells us that Sprint is very close to announcing this guy, especially given the rumored November 18thlaunch.
The Express from Sprint combines the convenience of a Blackberry with the freedom and rich functionality of a Droid. It comes with the latest Android OS and Sprint ID, which takes customization to a whole new level. Sprint ID helps you get the most out of your phone by allowing you to choose a total experience for your device. It’s about customizing your phone with the information you want in the palm of your hand.
Don’t be surprised if that description changes a bit, removing the reference to a “Droid”.