Cricket Wireless announces $129 Groove for November 21
Cricket Wireless is set to add another Android device to their portfolio tomorrow as the carrier pulls the curtain back on its new Groove handset. Built by ZTE, the smartphone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread (yikes!) and features a 3.2-megapixel camera, 1GB internal storage, microSD expansion, and 3.5-inch display. Not a lot of phone, however the $129.99 price tag isn’t all that bad. Considering the target audience, it’s a decent offering from Cricket. With that said, we still have to ask why ZTE would bother with Gingerbread.
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