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Cricket Launches First Own-Brand Phone Made by Emblem

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Sep 23, 2019, 6:50 PM
The 6739 processor was an entry level chip TWO YEARS AGO. Quad 1.5 so no wonder why it runs a Go version. It's not going to be able to handle anything other than the most mundane tasks.
Rich Brome

Oct 5, 2019, 11:21 AM
It's intended to be the most affordable phone possible. So... yes.

Oct 5, 2019, 7:31 PM
At least its a 64-bit SoC, unlike what they could have put in there... like, say, a QC SD 212 SoC which is still 32-bit, and which is still used in some devices in our day. There are worse, and even less-capable, processors out there. The low-end solutions are eventually improving, slowly.

People who are in need of an affordable, though 'mundane', solution may look at this as acceptable. There are many who do not have the funding to support the purchase of the latest iPhone or Galaxy handsets. I know... because I was in that crowd, and there are more and more of us every year that rely on the government to provide for us because we can't work, or because we have been generationally-reliant on the government, or because we are just get...

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