ZTE launched a new Android handset device today. It is called the Sonata 2. It is believed that Sonata 2 is a successor model of Sonata 4G. Sonata 2 launch with very handsome bulbous design which gives very unique look to the handset.
It is available on Cricket Wireless for $29.99 with a phone line activation or upgrade.
If we talk about the specification of the handset it runs Android 4.4 KitKat, not the most recent version of Google’s mobile operating system.
For instance, it has a lower battery capacity (1,650mAh compared to the previous 1,785mAh endeavor), and its dual-core processor’s clock speed has dropped slightly from 1.4 to 1.2GHz.
The Sonata 2 does promise longer estimations for battery usage (10 hours of talk time and 320 hours of standby compared to the predecessor’s 5 and 312 hours, respectively). Of course, we won’t know if these projections hold true until CNET gets its hands on a review unit.
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Other than that though, not much has been changed between this version and the original Sonata. The phone still has a 4-inch display with a 800×480-pixel resolution, a 5-megapixel rear shooter that records 720p video, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
Memory and storage has also remained the same: users will get the 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, and a microSD card slot that can hold up to 32GB.
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