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Freetel Receives FCC Approval for a Cricket Wireless Device

The Federal Communications Commission has approved a handset for AT&T prepaid brand, Cricket Wireless. The handset is manufactured by a Japanese company called Freetel.

As of this writing, details about the handset is scarce. But when you visit the FCC website, you'll find documents of a new smartphone called the Cricket Wave. Freetel, however, is listed as the manufacturer of the device.

And as confirmed by the FCC document, the Cricket Wave comes with support for AT&T and Cricket LTE bands. The device sports a 210 processor, FM radio, 2500mAh battery, 3.5mm headphone jack, touchscreen, memory card support, microUSB port, a rear and a front camera.

Looking further, you'll find a draft user manual that states the Cricket Wave will have a 5.1-inch 720p screen, 16GB of storage, and 2GB of RAM. The document also shows the device will run on Android 7.1 Nougat upon release.

These specs are unconfirmed, however, so it's best to keep an eye out for more updates once this device is officially unveiled. It's also possible that this device won't be available in the US since Freetel easily gave up on the US market back in 2016. But who knows? Maybe they've changed their minds.

Source: Phone Scoop

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  1. SD210!?! That chip couldn't power a toaster.

  2. Wow Japanese manufacturer throws their unused trashes to the U.S.

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