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Coolpad's debuts in the U.S. with its Coolpad Quattro 4G: First Look

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First Look: Coolpad's debuts in the U.S. with its Coolpad Quattro 4G

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With it's 4-inch screen and 3.2-megapixel camera, the Coolpad Quattro 4G is Coolpad's first U.S. smartphone.

-- Everybody -- up CNET bringing you guys who had plateau fourteen front magically. Now you never critical patent or you're not alone -- pad is a fun manufacture front China and the -- authority is its first U -- -- -- The device has a bulky but -- -- -- and a four inch touch screen. And actually it has an attractive silver back plate and botnet and it 3.2 megapixel camera with -- there's also VGA camera in the front. Handset ships with outdated Android 2.3 gingerbread all up -- a sluggish one and it's processing. And given its meager camera specs doesn't take the greatest -- On the upside the phone did deliver a clear and solid call quality test it and it -- in -- He -- four GL TE data. If you're interested the device is going for a 150 dollars without -- contract. But if you're in the market report GL TE the case of an answer yes we suggest looking into something like an -- -- -- and -- That got its act and it's midnight. Again I'm land -- and bring you guys have pulled my chance forgy. --

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