resembling more of a BlackBerry model with the portrait QWERTY underneath the 3.2 inch display (with a resolution of 320 x 480). The pixel density is a rather poor 180ppi. Under the hood is a single-core 800MHz processor and the device offers a 32GB capacity microSD card. A 3.2MP camera adorns the back of the unit. This unit supports the Cricket Wireless 3G network while a 4GB microSD card is included out of the box. 3GB of that is needed for Muve Music.
The Huawei Ascend Q is $139.95 from Cricket and can be used for the carrier's $55 a month unlimited talk, text and data plan. Add another $10 bucks and you can get unlimited talk, text data and Muve Music. The latter is a service that allows users to download tunes from a library of millions.
source: Cricket via AndroidCommunity, SlashPhone