ZTE V8000 Heading for Cricket, Spotted at FCC

September 12, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Federal Communications Commission has given us a good peek at an upcoming phone, this time from the Chinese player ZTE.

Mentioned as ZTE V8000, the details of the new product are now available, right from its photo to the carrier.

The Android smartphone from ZTE which we spotted at FCC is indeed heading to Cricket to add to the device options on the network.

The fact that the device is heading to Cricket is no blind speculation, but a clear idea given by the bands on which the device is working, as per FCC documentation, and obviously, from the brand of the carrier on the phone which is clearly visible in one of the photos.

The apex body of telecommunications in the US has given the necessary green light to the device which means that it will be hitting the network in the near future.

From the pictures available with the documentation of the phone at FCC, we can understand that the device has four navigation keys, namely Menu, Home, Back and Search.

The picture of the rear side of the phone indeed gives a good look at the 8 mega pixel cam on its back as well as the Muve Music, SRS Audio and ZTE branding too.

The specs of the device have been earlier leaked, so that we know that it packs a 4 inch 800 x 400 display with 1.4 GHz single core processor with a 1900 mAh battery. It has the Ice Cream Sandwich treat inside, rather than a Jelly Bean one. No clues on price and availability.

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