I'm (Lin?) from CNET here at CTIA 2012 in New Orleans with Plum Mobile.
Now you guys might not have heard of them.
The (base?) of America, the popular in Latin America and they're trying to extend here in the United States.
And here we have there most recent devices coming out.
Some our introduce here at CTIA.
Let's take a look.
Now here we have the Caliber 3G.
It's the best selling made to entry level phones from Plum.
It's just a feature phone so they are basic kind of applications that you can use like calculator and calendar and it comes in 3 different colors.
White, Black and Gray.
Here we have the Orbit, it's an Android Gingerbread Phone.
It has a touch screen and dual camera and comes in 3 colors.
Black, White and Pink.
This is the Wicked 3G.
Now it's kind of the same as the Orbit except it also...is Wi-Fi Hotspot.
It could connect up to 5 devices.
And it's still Android Gingerbread so don't be a full to this kind of funky cute bag icon.
Here we have the capacity...it's a little higher and...compared to the other ones that we've seen before.
It's also a dual camera as a bigger LCD screen and it measures 3.5 inches across.
Here we have the Might.
Now I know what you were thinking.
It kind of looks like a (??) and it has is huge generous 5 inch screen.
But it's not associated with it in anyway.
There's no stylus but there is a 5 megapixel camera in the back and it runs on Android Gingerbreads.
It does also make calls.
Lastly here we have the Debut, it looks like a tablet and in some ways it is.
It has a 7 inch generous screen...now you can use this to make phone calls.
But it would look pretty funky being held next to your ear.
I think...as you can see it was meant to be held horizontally, for media viewing and video chatting.
As you can see by the webcam here.
On the rear there's a 5 megapixel camera and the Debut comes in both Black and White.
Now all this phones are available online at Plumdashmobile.com and small retailers.
They are all on (??) so you can choose any carrier you want and save for the tablet.
There all have (??) and card.
Again, I'm (Lin?) from CNET.
Here at CTIA at Plum Mobile.