The ZTE Director Sets up the Scenes At US Cellular
The ZTE Director set to call the shots with US Cellular! ZTE may not be a household name at this point, but give it some time! The company is known for producing handsets for carriers that make no mention of ZTE and use their own name in place of the manufacturer as if the handset was made by them! At the bottom line, this is surely not an issue for the company as they are continuing to make pretty decent handsets and ultimately the ZTE name becomes more prevalent. The latest out of ZTE is the Director; announced and released all within a day or so, this new low end smart phone is here let you see the world at all angles!
The ZTE Director is said to be a new variation of the recently launched Sprint ZTE Fury, and will be tucked under the wings of US Cellular’s ever growing network. The ZTE Director is currently available with the carrier and will cost you a whole penny under a new two year contract agreement that includes a thirty five dollar activation fee. So what can we expect from the latest in low range smart phones from ZTE? The Director shows up to the shoot with running Android version 4.0 and gives its users access to the operating system via a 3.5 inch 320×480 touch screen that clocks 165 pixels per inch. It comes with a 1500 mAh battery as well as expandable microSD memory options up to 32 GB. Internally the Director runs with a single core Qualcomm made Snapdragon MSM726A 1 GHz processor, GPU, and 512 MB of RAM. Around back of the director we’ll find a 3 mega pixel camera with LED flash, digital zoom and video recording capabilities. Additional connectivity for the Director can be had with its GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi and micro USB. The ZTE Director is available now and should cost you about $35.01.
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