I'm Lynn from CNET bringing you guys the ZTE Fury from Sprint.
Now, despite it's anger management sounding name, the ZTE Fury is a decent 3G smart phone and after you sign a 2-year contract and send in a $50 mail and rebate, the phone will only cost you $20.
For less money than say, I have to take a gas, you can get an Android Gingerbread phone that's equipped with a 5-megapixel camera, 1 gigahertz snap dragging processor and a responsive Corning Gorilla Glass touch screen.
The photo quality is pretty decent.
Photos didn't appear as bright and vibrant as they were in real life but objects came out clear and clean.
Unfortunately, the shutter speed is a little slow so you have to hold the phone still after you press the shutter button.
Because it's an Android phone, it has all the Google apps you come to expect like Google books search plus maps with navigation, Youtube and much more.
Also, the phone delightfully doesn't come with a lot of bloatware.
The only feature I'm not a huge fan of is Sprint ID, a customization feature that lets you download and install package apps, wallpapers and ringtones that I think is unnecessary.
I recommend it because it has decent smart phone features and a nice design so your case won't feel duped and it could be our secret that you bought it for less than a pair of jeans you're wearing.
Again, I'm Lynn from CNET bringing you guys the ZTE Fury from Sprint.
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