AT&T prepaid subsidiary Cricket Wireless recently added a new phone to its lineup, but I’m not even sure that it’s much worth mentioning. The ZTE Sonata 2 is a mildly under-powered entry-level device designed for people who want a smartphone, but don’t really care much about the quality. Running Android Kitkat 4.4 with a tiny battery this phone will be great for light users.*
Here are some of the specs on the device:

  • Android Kitkat 4.4
  • 1.2 GHz quad-core processor
  • 1 GB memory
  • 4 GB storage
  • microSD card slot (up to 32 GB)
  • QuickCharge battery (1,650 mAh)
  • 5 MP rear camera
  • 2 MP front camera
  • 4G, GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity

The Sonata 2 is
available right now from Cricket Wireless


for the low price of $29.99. Which, for a smartphone, isn’t too bad. However, don’t be expecting anything super impressive from this little device, it’s mostly just made to function, judging by the specs.
Cricket Wireless has a number of plans ranging from $40 – $60 with unlimited talk and text as well as limited 4G data. Customers must pay a $25 activation fee when activating a new phone. For more information on Cricket Wireless,
visit the website


or
check out our indepth review


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