now available from Best Buy at the early adopter price of $99.99. We first covered the Cymbal when TracFone posted documentation for it on the web last month. It showed up on the Best Buy site on Sunday but it wasn't possible to actually order it until today.
Other than having a flip phone form factor, the Cymbal is a typical entry-level Android phone with a nameless quad-core processor, 3.5 inch 320 x 480px screen, 8 GB (3 GB usable) of internal memory, 1 GB of RAM and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. There's a memory card slot, a 5 MP camera and a removable battery. The Cymbal runs on the Verizon network and there's LTE support.
Incidentally, there are a couple of errors in Best Buy's specs for the Cymbal. According to Best Buy, there's no memory card slot or touchscreen. Both are wrong, the phone's tutorial and manual have instructions for inserting a memory card and using the touch screen.
For more about the ZTE Cymbal see TracFone's interactive tutorial and User Guide.
Sources: TracFone, Best Buy