The ZTE F350 holds the distinction of being the first phone manufactured by the Chinese company which will be heading towards the Verizon Wireless, and it has also received FCC approval to boot. This could very well point towards the availability of the ZTE F350 at a Verizon store near you in due time. It is interesting to note that the ZTE F350 is not powered by the Android operating system, and what’s more, it isn’t even a smartphone to begin with. In fact, the ZTE F350 is an entry-level slider equipped with a QVGA display, VZ Navigator, Bluetooth connectivity, email support, a 1.3-megapixel camera and a battery which is just about average. Expect Verizon to offer this FCC-approved phone for nearly free with the customary 2-year contract, where it might roll out at the same time with the Pantech Jest and Samsung Haven. Do you think college-going students will lap this up with gusto?
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