Cricket has added a new phone to its lineup. Unlike most of the devices we’re used to covering, this isn’t a smartphone. However, it is very cheap and comes with a few neat features.
First things first, though. Since this is a phone that comes in a BlackBerry-esque form factor (read: candybar with full physical QWERTY keyboard underneath the screen), it’s clearly aimed at those who simply can’t stop texting (or emailing, although how good that experience is on a featurephone is up for debate).
The ZTE Memo has a 2.4-inch display, a 2 MP camera with video recording, an MP3 player, microSD card support, 3G, stereo Bluetooth 2.1, and a 1,150 mAh battery. It also comes with a Web browser, Cricket Navigator, and MyHomeScreen preinstalled.
The ZTE Memo is now available in Cricket stores for $99.99, and you’ll also be able to purchase it online soon.
Via Phone Scoop
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