I'm Lynn at CNET bring you guys the ZTE Score M by Metro PCS.
Now you might have seen this before on Cricket Wireless's network except it was simply called the ZTE Score.
In addition to a few design changes, this version on Metro PCS does not come with Muve Music, a music downloading portal that's exclusive to Cricket.
Everything however is about the same.
It's still an entry level Android Gingerbread smartphone that has a 3.5 inch touchscreen display and it's powered by 600 megahertz processor.
Some of the features included 3.2 megapixel camera which unfortunately does not come with an LED flash but there is a shortcut camera button on the side here for quick access.
Aside from your usual past managing apps, the (ZTE?) comes preloaded with lots of extra apps like Rhapsody Music, Yahoo Answers and a whole slew of apps tailored to Metro PCS customers.
If you consider these apps to be bloatware, you can fortunately uninstall many of them.
The handset also comes with this interesting texture backing that helps it not slip around but it isn't the prettiest thing.
The phone is available now and will cost you $100 if you're buying from Metro PCS's website.
Again, I'm Lynn telling you guys the ZTE Score M.
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