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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
>> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for cnet.com, and this is a first look at the Cricket CAPTR from Cricket Wireless. As you can see, here's a very simple very small and compact clamshell phone. On the front here you do get very basic VGA camera. Underneath that you do get a small external display. Open it up and you get a very simple internal display here. It's pretty colorful, but the resolution is quite low. The navigation keys and the number keypad are a little flush to the surface, but there's enough delineation between each key, so that it's easy to dial by feel. Features of the Cricket CAPTR are pretty basic. You do get the VGA camera which takes pretty basic photos nothing to good. You also get a very simple web browser as well as basic features like text and multimedia and messaging, Bluetooth and more. The Cricket CAPTR is available from Cricket Wireless for about $130 which may sound a little bit much, but remember that Cricket Wireless does not require a contract. I'm Nicole Lee and this has been the first look at the Cricket CAPTR.
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