Everybody -- -- my different CNET bringing you the IDT EAT and T and now.
That now is an entry level three G device that has a 3.5 inch touch screen and runs on Android 2.3 gingerbread.
And in fact there is a five megapixel camera.
It's -- -- 600 megahertz Qualcomm snapdragon processor and a 15100 and I am here hour battery.
This roughly translates to five hours and reported talk time.
A -- it doesn't collapse the device comes with a few extra fan -- -- two -- FaceBook and Twitter.
Now at the -- -- phone users can continuously add minutes to bend down.
By itself the device is going for a 119 dollars unlimited text and calling its fifty dollars a month on top of that.
And if you want data the highest price option is -- five dollars for 500 megabytes.
Again I'm -- on CNET bring you back AT&T is --
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