Huawei M750 and ZTE C90 are two new and quite interesting phones that should be launched in the US soon.
The first handset, Huawei M750, is a full-touchscreen device that was recently approved by the FCC, with the logo of MetroPCS on it. So it’s obvious that the regional carrier (which plans to deploy a LTE network) will release it sometime later this year.
The M750 is just a basic phone, with a simple design and simple features. Its display size and resolution are not known, but we do know that the handset packs a 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth and a 1150 mAh battery.
Here’s what the Huawei M750 looks like:
ZTE C90 is also a handset that might reach MetroPCS. It was just approved by the FCC to work on the AWS bands – so it could be launched by Cricket too.
The C90 looks a bit weird, sporting a smallish display and a sliding QWERTY keyboard:
Its other features include GPS, a 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth with A2DP and MicroSD card support (up to 2GB).
No word yet on when Huawei M750 and ZTE C90 will be officially announced.
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