Cricket has just announced a new Android smartphone hitting the market just in time for the holiday season. The device is the carrier's newest Muve Music capable Android smartphone too. Cricket intends to launch the phone November 21 on its prepaid network for $129.99.
Looking for the entry-level Samsung Gem? Well look no further as it has been spotted at the regional Bluegrass Cellular for only $59 on contract. The device will set you back $205 without any contract and is running Android 2.1, yes, Eclair.
It looks as if the rumors of LG's hard push back into the cellphone market in 2011 were correct. Another budget phone from the manufacturer has been leaked to the internet, this time coming in many colors.
It seems Samsung is going to be a huge player in Mobile World Congress this year in Barcelona. Even with their tarnished reputation, we can all agree that they make some very solid devices, one of which is the newly leaked Samsung Ace which has just been spotted in the wild.
The device seems to be a lower-end Galaxy S device for users who are looking for an entry-level phone and should be made available early this year. Featuring a 5MP camera, 3.5-inch "LCD" (Note: not AMOLED or Super AMOLED), and a 800MHz processor, it's definitely not a powerhouse, but it could be the perfect fit for many.
What do you think of the Ace? Too little, too late? Not the phone you'd buy, or are its specs a perfect fit?
Micromax, an Indian phone manufacturer known for their entry-level affordable handsets, has just released a new entry-level Android device in India. Launching as the Android A60, also known as the ZTE Penguin, the interesting device will sell for 6,999 INR which is about $152.