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Cricket Wireless Adding 2nd 5G Smartphone to Roster of Devices

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Cricket Wireless is adding a new 5G smartphone to its list of 5G-capable devices. 

Ever since Cricket subscribers were given access to AT&T's 5G network, the only device that was compatible was the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G. And knowing that this is a device with a higher price tag, it didn't suit a lot of people. Thankfully, the AT&T prepaid brand has added another 5G device that comes with a more affordable price. 

The LG K92 5G has not yet been released to the public but there are already several leaked documents pertaining to this device. Credible leakster, Evan Blass, has also revealed that this device will be heading to Cricket Wireless. 

The official specs of the LG K92 5G has not yet been released. But based on the leaked renders, there are some things that can be expected on the device. For one thing, the K92 5G will be featuring a quad camera with quad LED flash configuration. This camera setup is neatly arranged in squares on the rear of the phone. Meanwhile, its front-facing camera is tucked in a centered punch. On the side, we can see a fingerprint reader along with a dedicated Google Assistant key. 

There is another source that suggests the K92 5G will have a 6.67-inch IPS LCD display and will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor with 4GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage. Its price is expected to start at $320. 


As a side note: The Voice logo on the leaked photo by Evan Blass is not actually part of the design of the K92 5G. It is a watermark for a blockchain-based social network. 

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