It's Lynn La from CNET.
And today we're gonna take a quick look at the ZTE Director from U.S. Cellular.
This entry level handset sports a 3.5-inch HVGA touch screen, runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and is equipped with a one gigahertz Qualcomm processor inside.
The phone's powered by a 1.5 ampere-hour battery which roughly gives you about 6 hours of reported usage time.
The 3G device comes pre-loaded with a
number of Amazon apps like Audible, and you also get Slacker Radio.
Though there is no front facing camera, you do get a 3-megapixel camera on the back with a flash.
You can also launch the camera by pressing the shortcut hard key here on the right edge.
Additional features include Bluetooth 3.0, 4 gigs of onboard memory and 512 megs of RAM.
Now if you're interested in the handset, it'll only cost you about 1 penny if you sign a 2-year contract.
But if you're more of the prepaid route, it'll cost about $100.
Again I'm Lynn
and this is the U.S.
Cellular's ZTE Director.
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