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Cricket Wireless Unveils Own Icon Smartphone Brand

Cricket Wireless is coming up with its own branded smartphone. The device, known as the Icon, is manufactured by Emblem Solutions. This is a somewhat new wireless device supplier that exclusively manufactures phones for AT&T and Cricket's customers.

The Icon comes with a 5.5-inch display with Dragontrail glass. From within, the phone is powered by a 1.5GHz Quad-Core MediaTek processor with 16GB onboard storage and up to 64GB memory expansion via a microSD card. The device includes a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 2-megapixel front camera. Other features include a 2,500mAh battery, 4G LTE, HD Voice, and mobile hotspot support. It runs on Android 9.0 Go Edition upon release.

The best thing about this device is that it is available for just $80. It also includes a 2-year warranty, which is two times the standard warranty period of most smartphones in the U.S. Cricket is also offering a device exchange-by-mail option for customers who purchase the Icon while their device is under warranty.

Get to know more about the Icon here.

Source: PhoneArena 


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  1. Complete junk. The Mediatek processor is slow and inefficient. Dragontrail glass provides negligible protection against falls. By far the worst phone Cricket sells.

  2. Where does the memory card or SD card go on the cricket icon smartphone?

    1. I hate this phone it keep telling me it's a at&t phone but it's from cricket which one is it

  3. Don't buy this pice of crap. I rather of gone without a phone for a few days or buy a flip phone. literally nothing works right on this phone. The screen is horrible, it lagsore than a Windows 05 PC full of porn viruses. And as for Cricket, they are a joke too. Horrible service, Internet, and keeps raising prices even though their service has gotten worse.

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