The A310 handset from ZTE is a tri-band CDMA device that boasts support for the 1700MHz AWS spectrum, coming alongside Bluetooth connectivity. Our good people over at the FCC have given their collective nods of approval for it to hit the US market, and we do know from the documents that the A310 will feature a candybar form factor, a QWERTY keyboard for easy messaging, a 1.3 megapixel camera, headset port and USB port. At press time, the draft user manual references Cricket and Cricket-branded services, also calling the A310 as the MSGM8 II. While Cricket did sell a device which has the MSGM8 name, it could very well be offering the sequel here even though there is no official announcement just yet.
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