Expanding its budget sector line-up Boost Mobile added today two new affordable Android phones to its pre-paid offer, the LG Tribute 2 and LG Volt 2. Being an update to the last year’s models, both smartphones come with a slightly improved hardware and Android 5.1 Lollipop out of box. If you happen to look for a pretty capable device that won’t break the bank, stay with us since the Tribute 2 or Volt 2 may be exactly what you’re looking for.
Keeping their promise AT&T has just added the Lumia 640 XL to its list of offerings. The Windows phone-phablet has been available both online and in the carrier’s stores since yesterday priced at $0.99 on contract or $249.99 without long term commitment. Additionally, for those folks who don’t want to pay the Lumia 640 XL’s full retail price, the wireless carrier prepared a special installment plan offer starting as low as $8.34 monthly.
Sprint added the LG G Stylo to its list of Android offerings featuring bigger display. Available in metallic silver this 5.7-inch phablet is now on sale labeled with an affordable price tag that should get attention of the folks out there on a tight budget. You can pick up the phone paying just $49.99 with a two-year contract or it can be yours for less than $300 without any long term commitments. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself the new LG G Stylo stay with us as we are going to take a closer look at Sprint’s new arrival.
BLU seems to be a mobile manufacturer that have always its hands full with work. Earlier this year the company expanded its lineup of SIM-lock free Android smartphones by the Vivo Air, Studio X and Energy Studio. Today, the Florida-based manufacturer launched two more phones, the BLU Life One 2015 Edition and BLU Life 8XL. Both handsets belong to budget-sector offerings featuring nice set of specs and affordable price tag.
Galaxy S6 Active designed to withstand drops, dust and water is coming exclusively to AT&T this Friday
Last Friday AT&T shortly teased its customers with the Galaxy S6 Active, yesterday the rugged version of the Samsung’s recent flagship popped up in the net with a full video officially confirming its release coming soon. Scheduled to hit the market on June 12 as an exclusive AT&T offering, the Galaxy S6 is a phone designed to withstand drops, dust and water what makes it a great companion for all adventure-lovers.
BLU Products, the US based company that specialize in delivering high-quality devices for cheap, added today a new phone to their line-up, meet the BLU Studio C. Featuring pretty powerful specs as for a budget device, the phone comes unlocked with a 3,000 mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop. It appears to be a really competitive offering, especially when we consider its extremely low price tag of 99 bucks.
It goes without saying that the upcoming LG G4 will be one of the most exciting devices this year. The phone begins its global rollout this week and while we still don’t know exact release date in the US, we do know that it won’t be long now. In the meantime, the Korean company prepared a little surprise for less demanding audience – a handset named Escape 2 has just showed up in AT&T store.
We first heard about an upcoming LG phone with Windows Phone on board last month. The unnamed at that time device had a model number that suggested that it would be headed to Verizon. The phone, called LG Lancet, surfaced again yesterday and we had it understood that it would be released next week, on May 21st. However, the thing with rumors is that they are not always true. In this case, the alleged launch date was apparently off and the LG Lancet Windows budget phone hit Verizon store today.
In the world dominated by smartphones and phablets, there are still people who prefer simplicity and essential functionality over high-end gadgets labeled with even higher prices. If you need a traditional cell phone for cheap, you may feel lucky as T-Mobile has just added the Kyocera Rally to its prepaid offer. Featuring a dependable solidly-built body the Kyocera Rally packs all basic functions you find essential in your everyday use of a cell phone. Here’s everything you would like to know about the phone.
It’s the premium devices that cause the most excitement, but the truth is that not everyone wants a super phone. Some folks can settle for a budget handset and be perfectly happy with it. One of the companies that caters to the needs of less demanding customers is Alcatel. The manufacturer’s latest product, the Alcatel OneTouch Pop Astro just hit Pre-paid T-Mobile and is now available online and in stores at very affordable price.
In the times of social media reign, cameras have become one of the most important feature determining interest in the phone. No wonder then that BLU has just released a new handset sporting a really powerful 13MP front-facing camera, which should satisfy all the needs of all selfie-obsessed folks out there. Dubbed “Selfie” the new BLU smartphone goes on sale in the US unlocked SIM-lock free labeled with the price tag of $249.
Most of you are probably still hyped about the recently announced HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 and it’s pretty understandable since both devices are simply Android’s flagship smartphones, but let’s steer our thoughts in a different direction for a moment. Remember the Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen) that went official last week? Congratulations if you do after all the announcements from MWC event we have been bombarding you this week. If you don’t, certainly no one will blame you. Either way, you will be happy to know that the handset is now available for purchase in the US via the manufacturer’s online store.
Confirming all previous rumors saying that the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime would be available in the US market soon, Verizon has just launched this entry-level phone joining its list of affordable Android offerings. Labeled with an extremely low price tag of $29.99 the Galaxy Core Prime is now on sale in carriers stores nationwide on contract. If you are a budget-conscious person who thinks twice before spending some money on a new phone, you may be interested in the Verizon’s recent offer.
Both the BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Passport went official last year, however, so far none of them have been available for purchase in the US through a service provider on contract. So far the only option to grab the handset was to buy a factory unlocked device to use it on any GSM carrier, such as AT&T, T-Mobile or Straight Talk. However, is was a pretty expensive route. That’s in the past now. A few days ago AT&T announced its plans to sell the Classic and Passport via its network and apparently the carrier kept its promise – both phones are now on sale at subsidized lower price with contract.
The world is full of dangers that can end a phone’s life so manufacturers come up with a number of ways to add some extra protection to smartphones. Let’s face it, though, not everyone wants a smartphone. In fact, there many folks who simply don’t care about fancy stuff and millions of apps and all they want is to keep in touch without having to worry about accidentally damaging the phone. With such users in mind, Kyocera made the DuraXV rugged phone and the handset is now available at Verizon Wireless.
Just as promised some time ago, Sprint’s contract-free subsidiary Boost Mobile has started selling the Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE Android smartphone. Resembling the well-known rounded body shape of Galaxy S III design, the handset is now available from the carrier’s online store labeled with the price tag of $129.99. If you feel like interested in this budget sector 4G LTE-capable phone, let’s take a close-up at the offer.
Long gone are the times when all phones were more or less the same size. Now you can find handsets in all sizes, the average measuring 5 inches diagonally. Objectively speaking, a 5-inch phone is a pretty big device. However, as the tendency to make things bigger continues, many users look for even larger phones. With such users in mind, the 6-inch ZTE Grand X Max+ was made. The phablet is now available for purchase from Cricket Wireless priced at $199.99 with no annual contract.
Today, the ZTE II Imperial has joined the US Cellular list of smartphones offerings. ZTE USA, claimed to be the fourth largest mobile manufacturer in the US, has just announced that their low-budget Android-based handset is on the way to US Cellular and right after the phone appeared on carrier’s official online store priced at $149 off contract or for a penny upfront with two-year service agreement. So, if you feel like interested in the offer and the phone itself, let’s check its ins and outs.
Perhaps BLU isn’t such a recognizable mobile phone brand as giant Samsung or Apple, but the American smartphone manufacturer is gradually gaining ground offering their customers extremely affordable unlocked phones. Just a week ago we reported on the release of the BLU Studio 7.0, and right now the company adds three more handsets to their lineup called the Studio LTE Series. We’re talking about the BLU Studio 6.0 LTE, Studio 5.0 HD LTE and Studio Mini LTE, all available to buy unlocked and without contract.