T-Mobile has just expanded its portfolio by two more affordable devices. The Galaxy On5 and Galaxy Tab E are scheduled to hit the carrier’s shelves later this month. The former is a phone offering 4G LTE, 5-inch screen and Android 6.0 Marshmallow experience, while the latter is an LTE-capable 8-inch tablet driven by Samsung’s own Exynos quad-core processor. Both devices are available within T-Mobile 24-month installment plans with low monthly rates.
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Samsung Galaxy J3 V 2016 landed at Verizon offering Android Marshmallow, 8MP Camera and 16GB storage
Verizon has just announced availability an upgraded version of the Samsung Galaxy J3, the Galaxy J3 V 2016 edition. The newest model offer users more storage, better cameras and the newest Android operating system. Scheduled to hit the Verizon’s local stores on June 23, the Galaxy J3 V is already available for pre-order via carrier’s website priced $168 without any contracts.
Over the past few weeks the OnePlus 3 was the subject of leaks and rumors so many time that we feel like we already know all there is to know about the device. Some pieces of information even came from OnePlus representative who revealed, probably unintentionally, the phone’s announcement date. As it usually happens with such juicy bits, it spread through the internet like wildfire and within hours everyone knew that OnePlus 3 would be unveiled on June 14, that is today. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we are happy to confirm that OnePlus‘ latest offering is now official, as expected.
LG may not launch as many smartphones per year as Samsung, but there’s certainly no shortage of LG-branded handsets. The company’s signature G-series of premium devices dates back to 2012 and each generation comes in several variants. There’s also the relatively new V lineup which also includes high-end and therefore pretty expensive phones. LG, however, takes care of all its customers so don’t worry if you can’t afford to pay a small fortune for a smartphone. If you’re looking for a more affordable device you can pick a member of the K family which includes five models – K4, K5, K7, K8 and K10. Starting today Verizon also offers the LG K8 V – its very own CDMA GSM variant of the K8.
Remember when some time ago we reported on the ultra-ruggedized model of the Samsung’s recent flagship? The Galaxy S7 Active has finally materialized announced by AT&T. Except for a tank-like body case, the new phone offers a package of top-notch specs, which altogether make the device a perfect option for those who fell in love in the Galaxy S7 line but discourage by its fragile construction decided to put off its purchase.
The Magenta network subsidiary, Metro PCS, has just expanded its affordable lineup by two more Android phones, the LG K10 and the Samsung Galaxy J7. Coming from biggest Korean rivals, LG and Samsung, both phones deliver decent specs and run Android Marshmallow out of box. Although their hardware specs don’t break any benchmark scores, they will surely meet the needs of the vast majority of average smartphone users.
ZTE and Cricket launched a $199 phablet that packs 6-inch FHD screen, octa-core processor and huge battery
When phablets first appeared on the market, some skeptics predicted that they would have a short-lived carrier. It didn’t happen, though. On the contrary, customers fell in love with large-screen phones so displays kept growing in size and today you might have a hard time finding a handset which measures below 5 inches. It proves that huge screens are what users want so in order to make their customers happy, ZTE and Cricket launched a $199.99 phablet that packs a 6-inch FHD screen, octa-core processor and huge battery.
Some of you may have woken up today thinking that it’s going to be a bad day. After all, it’s Friday 13th. Don’t fear the date, though. In fact, if you are in the market for a new budget-friendly smartphone, it might be your lucky day. AT&T just expanded its GoPhone lineup with a new cheap smartphone. The device is called LG Phoenix 2 and starting today it’s available for purchase for $99 without contract.
The first quarter of 2016 is over and it was very fruitful for Samsung. During these three months, the company released a number of smartphones such as the premium Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and the mid-range Galaxy J5 and J7. However, Samsung caters to the needs of all its customers, including lower-end crowd. With these users in mind, the manufacturer announced two new cheap phones, the Galaxy Amp Prime and Amp 2, both of which are destined for Cricket.
Two weeks ago LG announced duo of new entry-level smartphones, the LG K7 and K10. The former was expected to arrive in the US via one of Sprint’s pre-paid brands under the name LG Tribute 5, though it was unclear when it could happen. As it turns out, we didn’t have to wait long for the phone to show up in stores. Earlier today the LG Tribute 5 Android smartphone hit Boost Mobile priced under 100 bucks.
A couple of days ago Motorola and Verizon announced two new members of the Droid family of smartphones – the Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2, both dedicated exclusively Verizon Wireless network. The companies promised that it wouldn’t be long until users would be able to buy the phones and they kept their promise. The Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2 are now on sale via Verizon online store.
Long gone are the times when there were just a few models of smartphones in stores all offering comparable features. Today phones come in all shapes and sizes and with all imaginable hardware configurations ranging from basic to top of the line. If you are in the market for a device with unconventional solutions, LG’s new offering called V10 might the one you are looking for. The phone was officially introduced earlier this month and is now available for purchase in the US – starting today, AT&T and T-Mobile are selling the new LG V10.
Kyocera Hydro Air waterproof Android phone gets official for AT&T GoPhone prepaid service priced $99
Kyocera is a company that specializes in making Android devices that can withstand more hardships than an average smartphone. In the US the manufacturer offers mid-range handsets that combine durability with decent specs and pretty attractive design. Kyocera’s latest offering called Hydro Air just went official for AT&T GoPhone prepaid service.
There are many inexpensive phones currently available on the market like Moto G 2015 or Asus ZenFone 2 offering great features at comparatively low price, but they often cost more than $150 which is still too much for some of us. To change this, T-Mobile in partnership with Coolpad launched a new dirt cheap smartphone to the US market. Called Rouge, the phone delivers Android Lollipop experience and 4G LTE connectivity for as little as $50. Starting today the handset is open for purchase in T-Mobile online and local retail stores.
The fact that ZTE recently focused on its US-oriented high-end Axon line of smartphones doesn’t necessarily mean that the company forgot about their more budget-conscious customers. Just the opposite, in order to mark its position on the mid-tier market sector the China-based manufacturer has just released the phablet-like ZTE ZMAX 2 featuring 5.5-inch display and powered by Android Lollipop. Available as a GoPhone prepaid phone offer the handset is open for purchase via AT&T online store priced 149.99 without contract.
If you are feeling sad about summer ending, Cricket has something that may cheer you up, especially if you are in the market for a new affordable phone. The carrier has just added the HTC Desire 520 to its portfolio and is selling the phone for a budget-friendly price of only $99.99. There is even more good news – Cricket kicked off fall season with price cuts on a bunch of devices and is now offering smartphones for as low as $19.99 for new customers.
The thinnest LTE smartphone in the US will cost you less than $200 thanks to the new Blu Vivo Air LTE
Some time back, ultra slim smartphones were all the rage, but then it appeared that manufacturers hit a certain threshold and couldn’t move past it. For a moment it seemed that the competition for the thinnest device title was over and smartphone makers focused on other features. Well, it’s not over. Better yet, you no longer have to pay extra money for extra slim body. Now the thinnest LTE smartphone in the US, the new BLU Vivo Air LTE, will cost you less than $200.
Verizon is now selling HTC Desire 626 dedicated HTC One M9 fans who don’t have too much money to spend
When two weeks ago Verizon Wireless added the affordable HTC Desire 526 to its portfolio, we knew that it wouldn’t be the only Desire phone launched by the carrier this quarter. Sure enough, Verizon doesn’t waste words. As promised, the Big Red network is now selling the HTC Desire 626 dedicated to HTC One M9 fans who don’t have too much money to spend.
If you are in the market for a decent yet affordable smartphone and don’t want to get stuck with contract for two years, you might want to check out Boost Mobile offer. The carrier together with Chinese manufacturer ZTE announced the availability of the latest addition to the Warp series called Warp Elite which brings notable upgrades over the Warp Sync to the table. The phone is now on sale via Boost Mobile and can be had for just $179.99 off-contact.
Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are now on sale via T-Mobile online store, no pre-orders required
It usually takes manufacturers a while to start selling newly announced phones, especially when it comes to high-end devices. Such is the case with Samsung’s latest offerings, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Both handsets are scheduled to hit the stores this Friday, August 21st, and are already available for pre-order from most carriers except T-Mobile, which skipped pre-orders and went straight to direct sale. The latest members of the Galaxy family is for grabs now from T-Mobile online store.