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Cricket TXTM8 3G

20 Jul

Cricket TXTM8 3G As standard as smartphones may be, there are still customers who want a phone primarily for building calls and carriage out text post. For Cricket customers who want just that, they could opt for the Cricket TXTM8 3G. It has a slate point akin to the MSGM8, but has moderately advanced facial appearance like mobile e-mail, a music player, stereo Bluetooth, and, of way, 3G speeds where available. We do reckon it’s in a weak spot by a less than planetary point, but for just $59.99, it’s not a terrible deal. The Cricket TXTM8 3G is manufactured by ZTE.

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Disparate the first TXTM8, the TXTM8 3G has a candy bar point instead of a square slider. This gives it a slim and austere fascinate, with straight lines on both sides and affront curves at the top and underside. It’s clad in silver and black, with hints of copper on the front plate. Measuring 4.5 inches long by 2.36 inches wide by 0.55 inch thick, the TXTM8 3G has a very cheap feel in the hand, as if it were a family vegetation toy instead of a real effective phone. At the same time, it’s frivolous at 3.58 ounces and won’t weigh you down.

 

Cricket TXTM8 3G

 

The TXTM8 3G has a full QWERTY upright on the front.

 

 

On the front of the phone is a 2.2-inch sight with 262,000 color help and a QVGA 320×240-pixel pledge. The cover appears sharp and peculiar, with bold graphics and clear text. You can change the menu style, the wallpaper and theme color, the clock format, the graphic for incoming calls, the salutation banner, the backlight time, and the sight’s brightness. Read more at allitreview.com

 

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Posted by on July 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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