Virgin Mobile Announces the ZTE Made Supreme
The ZTE made Virgin Mobile Supreme becomes a new affordable option for the carrier! If you couldn’t tell it is currently that time of the year. It’s the time of the year when manufacturers announce their new devices and carriers eagerly wait to get them on their shelves. It’s back to school season which normally conjures up thoughts of new smart phones and tablets, but more importantly, the holiday season is lurking in the near future. Recently Virgin Mobile has been updating their line up with the likes of some rather awesome ZTE handsets. Just a few days back the waterproof ZTE made Reef got the go no go for launch as did the ZTE AWE just yesterday. Yesterday the dynamic duo announced the ZTE Supreme!
The ZTE Supreme, aka the Virgin Mobile Supreme is a new comer into the market place and gives you what most all Virgin Mobile devices give. Easy, affordable and powerful connectivity in your pocket! The Virgin Mobile Supreme is a new smart phone that went up for sale yesterday and can be had for about $299. Virgin Mobile’s contract free plans start at $35 bucks a month. So what can you expect for such a low price point? Well, the Supreme starts with the likes of a 5 inch touch screen display that offers up a 1280×720 pixel resolution and gives its end users access to Android version 4.1.2. Internally the Supreme comes packing a highly capable 1.5 GHz dual core processor alongside 8 GB of ROM and 1 GB of RAM. Around back the handset comes with a 13 mega pixel camera that offers up full HD video recording, while up front we find a 1 mega pixel sensor available for all those self portraits. Additionally connectivity in the Supreme includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Chrome preinstalled, GPS and expandable micro SD memory options up to 64 GB.
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