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SKU: z432
The AT&T Z432 has a compact form factor packed with convenience features such as an easy 4-Way Navigation Key to quickly access shortcuts, a tactile QWERTY Keyboard to help reduce typing errors, and a 2 MP camera and QVGA camcorder for capturing memories right on the phone to save and share with friends and family.
The AT&T Z432 has a compact form factor packed with convenience features such as an easy 4-Way Navigation Key to quickly access shortcuts, a tactile QWERTY Keyboard to help reduce typing errors, and a 2 MP camera and QVGA camcorder for capturing memories right on the phone to save and share with friends and family.
Type Feature Phone
Form Factor Candy Bar
Height 4.48"
Width 2.38"
Depth 0.44"
Weight 3.24 oz.
Color Black
Physical Size 2.4"
Display 262K TFT color screen
Main Resolution 2 MP
Camera Features Zoom
Video Capture QVGA (up to 15 fps)
Capacity 900 mAh
Talk Time* Up to 4.5 hours
Standby Time* Up to 10 days
Internal 256MB
Expandable support for up to 32 GB microSD™ card
Frequencies UMTS/HSPA: 850 MHz, 1900 MHz GSM/EDGE: 850 MHz, 1900 MHz
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
USB Yes
Headset Jack 3.5mm
Audio Format MP3, AMR, WAV, ACC, ACC+, and MIDI
Video Format MP4
Hearing Aid Compliance M3/T3
Text Telephone (TTY) Compatibility Yes

Customer Reviews

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in reply to Steve Review by Ethan
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You can only transfer content on the memory card. Then it shows up as both a modem and a removable storage device. (Posted on 11/25/2017)
One of best feature phones Review by Ethan
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In short, it is great! You can install JAR from SD card which is great because on my specific AT&T plan data rates are very high (1cent/5kb), so I can add JARs from websites on my computer. Keyboard is great, juts like Blackberry only cheaper. In fact, I blacked out the AT&T logo, then showed it to friends and they all thought it was a Blackberry! It is funny that this was $9.99 and my previous Blackberry was like $100 or something but this is honestly better than that Blackberry! However, it is not perfect. It has some trouble authenticating signed JADs that work fine on other phones, and it will only allow network access, messaging, and recording on unsigned apps, so I can't use things like file managers, photo editors, JME Google Maps, etc.. I wish the external storage could use 64 GB card, and the unlock key is to easily pressed. Battery life is very long also! It also has a little bit of lag running JME sometimes but it's not too bad. You also have to stand REALLY slow when using the camera. Good overall, though. (Posted on 11/25/2017)
Terrible rigtone speaker Review by John
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3 of these in 7 weeks. Everyone of these the ringtone speaker goes bad in a very short time. (Posted on 12/10/2015)
Surprisingly good for the money! Review by Muddville
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Just got this today to replace a Pantech that was getting ready to wear out and die. I like the std micro USB data/charger connection! Attached it to a WinXP PC and it was immediately recognized, allowing me to transfer ringtones and pix in a hurry.

I wish the ringer volume was a bit louder when on max but I'll try to get used to that. Speakerphone audio is clear & good. Hoping to find a rubberized sleeve, as it feels like it would be easy to drop. Overall, a great buy for $30. (Posted on 4/24/2015)
love this phone Review by dorothie
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the features are awesome . love camera .and love the screen . this phone will amaze you . great job (Posted on 4/8/2015)
Perfect for texting Review by Jason
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Great phone at a great price. I love qwerty keyboard and cant stand android touchscreen. I switched from metro pcs to at&t and glad i did. At&t has been the best from my experience. (Posted on 2/24/2015)
A little slow at times Review by Jonathan
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I bought this one is a replacement for my Alcatel device. Honestly I do have to admit it looks a lot like a BlackBerry. Sometimes whenever I want to do something it's very slow and it lags a lot. Music player is very nice speakers are very nice as well. They are very loud I could hear from across the house when the phone is ringing. I wish you had a flash camera though. (Posted on 12/15/2014)
Data transfer capabilities misleading Review by Steve
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The Z432 was advertised as having the capability of transferring data (pictures, contacts, etc.) to your pc via USB cable, however when connected the device is only seen as a modem vice a storage device. I checked the drivers that the phone installs when connected and yep, they're modem drivers. So how is it suppose to transfer data if it tells Windows it's a modem. (Posted on 11/15/2014)

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