Virgin Mobile Announces the ZTE Awe
Virgin Mobile launches the ZTE Awe. In this world of amazingly large smart phones with over powered CPU’s and batteries that could power a diesel truck it is good to know that sometimes, we can be awe-inspired by the little, more efficient devices. ZTE and Virgin mobile are long time buddies that have produced quite a collection of mid ranged smart phones. Some were waterproof, some were Blade’s and all of them were rather affordable and simply, get the job done. A new ZTE entry into the Virgin Mobile lineup has appeared however. Let’s take a gander at the Virgin Mobile Awe shall we!
The ZTE made Virgin Mobile AWE is not your most recent, up to date, show stealing flagship device. The AWE is a simple, affordable and highly effective Android phone that has all the features one end user could need. This excellent new smart phone is available starting today and will cost you about $99 bucks, keep in mind however, the carriers off contract plans start at around $35 bucks. So what can you expect for such a small price point? The AWE starts with a 4 inch touch screen display that offers up a 480×800 pixel resolution and gives its end users access to Android version 4.1, aka Jelly Bean. Internally the handset comes with a more than capable Qualcomm MSM8630 1.2 GHz processor that gets along with 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of ROM. It sports connectivity like Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS just to name a few. Additionally you can find the Awe running with a 5 mega pixel rear facing camera that can easily record video in 720p as well as a front facing shooter that offers up a 1 mega pixel sensor. The Awe is about .42 inches thick, weighs in at a mere 125 grams and comes with a 1650 mAh battery hat should offer up about 11 hours of talk time and about 6 days of standby time. And that, how they say is that.
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