5G Prepaid Smartphone Cricket Wireless Innovate, 64GB, Steel Graphite

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Cricket Wireless Innovate 5G Prepaid Smartphone, 64GB, Steel Graphite

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5G Prepaid Smartphone Cricket Wireless Innovate, 64GB, Steel Graphite

Searching for a phone with 5G speeds and great features at an affordable price? Look no further than the Cricket® Innovate 5G Prepaid Smartphone! Built with the latest, leading-edge technology, Cricket® Innovate 5G delivers lightning fast 5G speeds. Binge watch your favorite shows or stream games in crystal-clear quality on the gigantic 6.82” HD+ display. Capture stunning photos with the 48+8+2+2MP quad-camera. And if that isn’t enough, ensure that you’re  worry-free with the 2-year warranty.


  • Large 6.8” HD+ display with scratch-resistant 2.5D curved glass
  • Quad 48MP + 8MP + 2MP +2MP rear cameras with flash and 13MP front camera
  • 4,750mAh battery with fast charging and wireless charging support
  • 64GB of internal storage, expandable up to 512GB with microSD card (sold separately)
  • Fingerprint reader for added security
  • Backed by the Cricket 2 Year Worry-Free Warranty
  • Android™ 11
  • Find out more about Crickets great offers and plans by visiting  Cricket Wireless Brand Page

Additional information

Weight 0.0 oz

Cricket Wireless

Cell Phone Type

Cell Phones • Prepaid Phones • No Contract Phones

Cell Phone Service Provider

Cricket Wireless

Model Name

Cricket Wireless Innovate 5G, 64GB, Steel Graphite – Prepaid Smartphone



Memory Capacity

64 Gigabytes

Color Category


Cellular Network Technology

2G/3G/ 4G Technologies supported (GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+, LTE) 3G/4G (UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+, LTE)/5G

RAM Memory

4 GB

Screen Size

6.8 in


No features description available

Manufacturer Part Number



Steel Graphite


Cricket Wireless

10 reviews for 5G Prepaid Smartphone Cricket Wireless Innovate, 64GB, Steel Graphite

4.8 Average Rating Rated ( 10 Reviews )

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  1. Okolo

    GoodIt’s ok. Still moving it around to different locations to see how good it could be at different places.

  2. Vittorio

    Phone perksI really like the phone thank you.

  3. Marilyn

    don’t hesitate get the Cricket Dream.I was skeptical at first because the Cricket Dream was very inexpensive. But I needed a 5G phone so I took a chance. I have always had the Samsung Note just because of the bigger screen but I ordered a refurbished model to safe money but it had issues so in my frustration I ordered the Cricket Dream. I was amazed at how much it could do for the price and it was actually a little bigger screen than the Samsung Note. This was a win, win, win for me. I did not want to change carriers, I have always had great appreciation for Cricket and their customer service so I am very happy today.

  4. Adam

    For the cost, it is a very fine phone!For the cost, it is a very fine phone for basic, and even some higher end, use. I have been daily driving one over the last month, and here are my overall observations:

    – Has one of the faster processors for its price class.
    – Storage is ample enough for most people, and can be expanded.
    – Screen has good color and viewing angles.
    – Good call quality and clarity.
    – Good fingerprint sensor.
    – Has wireless charging.
    – Battery life seems excellent (I have gotten ~10 hours screen time doing basic tasks).

    – Screen brightness is lacking in direct sunlight. But for the price, it is to be expected, and it does not prevent it from being used. However, this is personally my biggest drawback.
    – Screen is not 1080p, and it is stretched taller than some phones. This is not completely bad, and some might prefer the larger size.
    – Camera(s) are just adequate for most uses. Takes decent pictures, but don’t expect higher end phone quality here.
    – Battery percentage seems to drop randomly at times, but this seems to be a function of the phone determining the actual level and not a failure of the battery itself. Overall battery life seems to be consistent between charges regardless.

    Those are some of what I have noticed so far. If you are in the market for a basic phone which is snappy and can complete most smartphone tasks, I think this is a good option.

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  6. Jessica

    Good, cheap phone if you’re forced to upgrade.I had to get a new phone because my old one would no longer work with the Cricket network. I was harassed daily with text notifications that my phone would not work in February. My calls were hijacked and sent directly to Cricket customer support.
    However, I was given this phone free and I’m happy with it. The only problem I’ve had has been it will not connect to charge sometimes. I thought it was the charger cord that it came with but it wouldn’t work on any that I bought. Then, it started working again. Seems to be a good phone other than the charging issue.

  7. kdjsc

    Okay Phone for The PriceOverall it’s an okay phone, it gets the job done. I do love the size of it which is one of the reasons I selected the Dream. There is an issue with it saying it’s not charging or charged, restarting the phone shows it’s charged which I see is a common issue upon researching it. Certainly no Samsung, I miss not being able to create folders on the app screen, they are in ABC order so you have to weed through them all. I don’t want my home screen cluttered with all the apps so I have to deal with it. I can actually block email texts which is awesome as most spam texts are from emails.

  8. Joe

    Low End Powerhouse
    The Cricket Dream5G is everything I’d look for in terms of a mid/lower end phone. I have read reviews on it glitching or hanging and I can say after using mine for about a week, it has done none of the sort. I downgraded to this from a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and I can’t tell the difference in terms of responsiveness. They camera is okay. Night mode seems to be useless and ever though it sports a 48MP Camera, photos can see to have a ‘”Painted, Grainy” look. Not a deal breaker though. The battery lasts all day on a single charge and changes to about 70 percent in 15-20mins. My only complaint is the 720p display resolution and the screen brightness. I usually kept the Note8 around 30 percent brightness but the Dream5G has to be around 60 percent to match. Definitely a phone worth buying.

  9. Leeplays

    Budget Friendly 5G Phone
    Despite what they said at the store, this phone has wireless charging. Along with a host of other features (e.g., fingerprint reader, long lasting battery, decent cameras, 64GB built in storage, and a microSD slot). It’s not as wide as other phones, and it is long, but it fits well in the hand. I ordered this online, with the help of video chat support. They were very helpful.

  10. Christinedoub22

    Cricket Dream 5G the best…
    high-quality device and really fast feels like an iPhone 13 awesome camera and pretty big screen crystal clear & pretty loud speaker…. I hope they can keep making dream like DREAM 2 5G if you an Uber or a Lyft driver works like an iPhone 13 reliable fast and extra memory 5G does not play around high-quality videos can’t ask for more…. battery never dies

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