Huawei M750, ZTE C90 to be launched by MetroPCS

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:

huawei-m750

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:

zte-c90

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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.

Via CellPhoneSignal, PhoneScoop

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • shay

    i have this phone its really good with internet being fast uploading music the screen is a tad bit small to text on but everything else is fine

  • truce

    can u download apps of the internet

  • shay

    i dont know i havent tried that yet

  • jonny

    umm no this phone is very decieving to me i really hate it i mean it is slow with text an the screen is very too small too be texting on so dont purchase this bullcrap its a bunch of nothing and a waste of money

  • Sarah

    OMG .. no this phone is very bad i hate it because it is slow like the guy below said so umm dnt even buy it if u live in michigan bt metropcs does have other great phones besides metropcs in a michigan phone service only an only works in certain citys an states

  • sdd

    im jonny an metro is bad bad bad i hate it

  • C.C.

    u can use funformobile.com and download stuff I don't know how to use the usb cable for it though

  • bcgg

    This phone is was only designed for people who are desparate for a cheap touch screen phone/mp3 player. it only supports up to a 4gb card and with no card it only holds 32mb of space. also you have to play with the touch screen calibration wizard for a few days to be able to use the midget sized keyboard with your finger instead of the stylus. Also the phone does NOT support java and will NOT play youtube. it does NOT come with a video recorder, it also lacks a full HTML browsing interface, which was a major let down so its just the plain phone browser, atleast you can surf the web with the google that is on it, but becuase it lacks the HTML and JAVA you get half a web page instead of a full page. Also the e-mail is nice from the phone but you cannot view attachments/pics that are sent to your email =-( i dont know what they were thinking there. you can change your ringtone all you want and add as many pics and reset your backround as much as you want but you cannot change the blue menu theme =-( also there is a very limited variety of apps available which is also a bummer. the free apps are great there just arent many at all. the ups to this phone is that the navigation isnt the best, but better then being lost. its the cheapest touchscreen you can buy with a monthly bill that doesnt rape you. the speaker is very loud, the range you can operate your bluetooth from your phone is excellent ( i can litterally set my phone down, and call sombody and walk around my house and check my mail and go fishing and never touch my phone i would estimate it at around anywhere from 5 – 15 yards radius. ) the web browser is pretty fast, it can send multiple texts to 5 or more people with a message and 10 pics attached ( MMS ) and send pretty fast, the picure quality isnt too great but better then other phones for around the same price or cheaper, the 2gb card, free protective case&lense, and extra stylus and USB cord were very awesome freebies. charge time is fast and for what little the phone offers, it does offer it all in a creative user friendly way. i picked up this phone for $200 and after the mail in rebate of $50, it was $150 total, not bad at all. wouldnt personally recommend this phone to anybody but if you want a great inexpensive touchscreen phone, and you absolutely have to be in the touchscreen phone loop, this is the one for you, and it could also make a great first phone for your teen or young adult. if you have any other questions feel free to hit me up….

  • bcgg

    This phone is was only designed for people who are desparate for a cheap touch screen phone/mp3 player. it only supports up to a 4gb card and with no card it only holds 32mb of space. also you have to play with the touch screen calibration wizard for a few days to be able to use the midget sized keyboard with your finger instead of the stylus. Also the phone does NOT support java and will NOT play youtube. it does NOT come with a video recorder, it also lacks a full HTML browsing interface, which was a major let down so its just the plain phone browser, atleast you can surf the web with the google that is on it, but becuase it lacks the HTML and JAVA you get half a web page instead of a full page. Also the e-mail is nice from the phone but you cannot view attachments/pics that are sent to your email =-( i dont know what they were thinking there. you can change your ringtone all you want and add as many pics and reset your backround as much as you want but you cannot change the blue menu theme =-( also there is a very limited variety of apps available which is also a bummer. the free apps are great there just arent many at all. the ups to this phone is that the navigation isnt the best, but better then being lost. its the cheapest touchscreen you can buy with a monthly bill that doesnt rape you. the speaker is very loud, the range you can operate your bluetooth from your phone is excellent ( i can litterally set my phone down, and call sombody and walk around my house and check my mail and go fishing and never touch my phone i would estimate it at around anywhere from 5 – 15 yards radius. ) the web browser is pretty fast, it can send multiple texts to 5 or more people with a message and 10 pics attached ( MMS ) and send pretty fast, the picure quality isnt too great but better then other phones for around the same price or cheaper, the 2gb card, free protective case&lense, and extra stylus and USB cord were very awesome freebies. charge time is fast and for what little the phone offers, it does offer it all in a creative user friendly way. i picked up this phone for $200 and after the mail in rebate of $50, it was $150 total, not bad at all. wouldnt personally recommend this phone to anybody but if you want a great inexpensive touchscreen phone, and you absolutely have to be in the touchscreen phone loop, this is the one for you, and it could also make a great first phone for your teen or young adult. if you have any other questions feel free to hit me up….