Do you like the idea of a low-end prepaid phone that's probably marginally overpriced for what it is? Does Cricket Wireless intrigue you? Then have I got the news of the century for you. Meet the ZTE Engage. It's not particularly exciting. It's not particularly cheap. But it's... a phone. And it runs Android 4.0. So there's that.


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The ZTE Engage does other things, too. Like music. And apps. Here are some specifications that describe it:

  • 4.0” WVGA TFT capacitive touchscreen
  • Qualcomm MSM8655T Scorpion – 1.4GHz
  • Dual-Facing Cameras: Rear (8.0MP) w/LED Flash & Front (VGA)
  • MUVE Music Ready with 4GB Muve Music SD Card included
  • Removable MicroSD Memory Card (up to 32GB)
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
  • Lithium Ion 1900 mAh battery

If those don't get you pumped up, well, you're probably a person of pretty reasonable expectations. So, how much can you expect to pay for this mundane, rectangular, vaguely DROID Bionic-esque device? $250, starting October 2nd. That's... actually not very impressive at all. A Galaxy Nexus will cost you $350, and it comes with Jelly Bean. And isn't a ZTE.

Anyway, if you want to know more about the Engage, engage yourself with the source link below.