Sprint brings the ZTE Fury, an entry-level Gingerbread for $20

Sprint brings the ZTE Fury, an entry-level Gingerbread for $20

Sprint today announced yet another Android device from ZTE in the form of the Fury, an entry-level smartphone. Priced at only $20 it’s plenty enough for a first-time buyer but that’s about it.  If you’ve ever owned an Android handset then chances are good that you’ve had this much firepower.  However, this ought to do the trick for Aunt Dianne.

Hardware includes a 1GHz processor, 4GB internal storage, 5-megapixel camera, a 3.5-inch display, and your requisite Android details.  Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the ZTE Fury is a 3G-only phone so don’t look for WiMAX or LTE speeds.

The ZTE Fury arrives this Sunday, March 11th with a $19.99 price tag and two-year service agreement.

Press release

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  1. Computechx
    March 10, 11:13 Reply

    For 20 bucks this is a steal. You may call it “entry-level” now but two years ago it would have been a top level phone. The spec are very similar to my Incredible which is still a ROCK SOLID phone and run the stock Sence Gingerbread ROM or custom ICS ROMS extremely well.

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