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VinSmart Enters US Market with Two Sub-$100 Phones for AT&T

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hepresearch

Mar 3, 2021, 3:53 PM
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Glad to see Qualcomm silicon in these...

I believe these are the latest outgrowth of an ODM partnership with Emblem for AT&T and Cricket. In the past, we have seen Tinno being that ODM partner to Emblem, but now with VinSmart taking the place of Tinno, and Qualcomm silicon instead of MediaTek, if these do well, I could see myself giving them my money in a couple of years.

The Cricket Ovation was really the only Tinno-sourced device in the Emblem lineup at Cricket that did well/got good reviews, and in its own way it was groundbreaking - outcompeting the similarly spec'd Nokia C5 Endi, and delivering a cheap phone that didn't seem as cheap as its price. The Cricket Influence shares some of the winning design language of the Ovation, while swapping out the MediaTek Helio P22 for...
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I got the ATT Radiant Max on the week it came out. One of the few att prepaid phones with 3 GB ram & 32 ROM. Run good but with the Mediatek P22 it is lagging the more it is used. Just the weak processor. Think I will get the Maestro Plus with the 460 ...
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