Cool Patterns is a company that most people in the US haven't heard of, but it is trying to make an entry way into the US starting with super markets.
These two Android phones called the Arise and the Quatro ll 4G are being sold in Korgers specifically across the US.
You got the Arise.
Smaller phone, it's Android 4.4.
Has a four inch screen and the specs are very low.
In fact it hasn't even been announced yet, what we're seeing here at the show.
Costs less than $100 you are looking at a dual core processor.
It's two mega pixel camera on the back with flash, there is no camera on the front.
This is a very bulky phone to hold.
It is also three g. And we also have a larger 4.5in Quatro 2 4g and they both run on Sprints network.
Now this one also has a dual core processor, a 5 mega pixel camera, with flash on the back, and a vga camera on the front.
Will run you about $100.
Well it's still a little big everything on the Quatro 2 4g looks a little bit better as round as it is this textured back cover with the sort of stylized camera mouth.
Partnering with local supermarkets is an interesting tactic for [UNKNOWN] and one we'll have to keep our eye on.
I'm [UNKNOWN] from CNet, taking a look at two of these phones.
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