Huawei Ascend Q to Be Cricket’s Next Prepaid Handset

Huawei Ascend Q aka M660 is going to get featured by Cricket and both the firms are expecting a huge sale. Spec wise, this phone is a low budget low end phone.

But Huawei seems confident that the phone sales will meet its target as there are customers out there who like phones having a hard QWERTY keyboard and others like touch screens. As this phone has both, it’s expected to sell out as any other popular phone.

Featuring a 3.2 inch HVGA touchscreen with a hard QWERTY keyboard, this low end phone from Huawei runs on a single-core 800MHz Scorpion processor.

The OS version is Android Gingerbread 2.3.6. There is a 3.2-megapixel camera on the rear and the specs like RAM and expandable ROM accounts to 512MB and 2GB respectively.

Being the pioneer and leader in delivering innovative value-rich prepaid wireless services, Cricket is serving 6.2 million customers with no long-term contracts. It offers wireless voice and mobile data services over the latest, high-quality, all-digital 4G (LTE) and 3G CDMA wireless networks.

In 2011, Cricket launched its award-winning Muve Music product, the first music service designed for a wireless phone. The Muve service was built for customers for whom the phone is the center of their virtual digital life. This phone boasts of the Muve service and indeed it’s the most appealing thing about this phone.

With Muve Music, Cricket has eliminated the complexity found with other digital music services as there are no cables, no drivers and no synching required.

Everything happens over Cricket’s nationwide 3G network to deliver a robust music experience to music lovers on the go. The service has a 90% customer satisfaction rating and user engagements have exceeded expectations.

In its first year, customers played 1.5 billion songs on Muve Music averaging 260 million songs each month.

With approximately 600,000 subscribers, Muve Music is now the second largest digital music subscription service in the U.S. and the first designed for the mobile phone with both the consumer and the artists’ needs in mind.

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