It looks like the new 9.7-inch affordable iPad isn’t the only surprise Apple prepared for its customers today. Without any earlier announcement and barely no fanfare the company introduced a new color option to the iPhone 7 line. The new color hasn’t been chosen by accident, the Cupertino-based manufacturer decided to expand the iPhone 7 lineup by red model to support (RED) AIDS fundraising campaign.
Quite recently Sony took the wraps off of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium. However, surprisingly enough, the power-beast isn’t the only new offering the manufacturer prepared for us. Announced yesterday, the Xperia L1 is the second handset released this month by Sony. The phablet provides its users with a massive eye-catching screen, slim design and tempting pricing.
Majority of us, phone users, are quite skeptical when it comes to Mini versions of smartphones, remember Galaxy S5 Mini or HTC One Mini? Stereotypically, we hear “Mini” and see a phone with poorer specs, smaller screen and a lower price tag. However, BLU takes attempt to change this state of things by releasing the BLU Life One X2 Mini which is smaller but simultaneously more powerful and hence more expensive than its bigger sibling.
LG G6 arrives to US carriers as soon as tomorrow, compare which service provider offers the best deal
Announced a few weeks ago at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the LG G6 finally hits the US market. On March 30 the phone will become available nationwide through US biggest carriers. Verizon, Sprint and AT&T announced they will open pre-orders for the LG’s recent flagship as soon as tomorrow. Wondering which one to port to? Here’s a brief presentation of the hottest deals on the LG G6.
Introduced at CES 2017 the LG Stylo 3 ports to Sprint’s prepaid brands. The carrier has just announced to add the phone to its list of offerings expanding its prepaid affordable portfolio. The device offers a spacious screen, Android Nougat experience and a convenient pen-enabled input. All these may be yours for less than $200 if you port to Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile.
Earlier today we shared the news that US Cellular has just added a new affordable phone to its line-up. However, the LG K8 isn’t the only pocket-friendly Android phone to debut today as Cricket Wireless has announced to expand its inventory by the LG Fortune. Closed in a slim body shell the phone packs entry-level specs that are excused by a really affordable price tag of under $100.
Blackberry launches Aurora, an all touch Android phone with dual-SIM support that does not cost too much
Believe or not but there are mobile users who consider buying an expensive flagship phone an unnecessary waste of money thinking that the phone shouldn’t be nothing more than a communication tool. Aware of that, mobile makers launch tones on new mid-range phones each year to deliver smartphone experience for cheap. Recently, BlackBerry announced a new Android-based budget phone, and it’s not the KeyOne. Called Aurora the phone offers a curious combination of lower and upper specs labeled with a pocket-friendly price tag.
AT&T prepaid customers getting another affordable Android handset to choose from. The nation’s second largest carrier has just expanded its portfolio by the LG Phoenix 3. Starting today, March 10, you may grab the phone for under $80. Although the LG G Phoenix 3 isn’t even close to a modern flagship, don’t forget that not everyone needs a feature packed powerhouse. And if you belong to that group the latest AT&T’s offering may be something for you.
Just yesterday it was impossible to have both: an unlimited data plan and no contract commitment, however AT&T seems to put an end to this state of things. Earlier today the carrier announced its new GoPhone plan, allowing you to benefit from unlimited data for just $60 per month. No matter how good the deal may look like on the paper, you should be conscious of the fact that it’s nothing more than a budget, throttling version of the Choice “unlimited” plan AT&T offers to its post-paid customers.
Since the LG G6 market premiere is just around the corner, retailers are announcing great sales on its predecessor – the LG G5. If you’re looking for a great deal on the LG G5, BestBuy may have something for you. Right now the Verizon, AT&T and Sprint-dedicated models are within your reach for for as low as $5 a month. If you decide to buy the phone from the retailer, you will get a bonus three-piece accessory bundle.
Budget virtual network FreedomPop is already popular on the market for delivering plans for a cheap. Today, quite unexpectedly, the service provider launched its first own-branded smartphone which is quite unique. Called FreedomPop V7, the handset costs less than $100 and comes with a SIM card packed with free calls, free data and even free WhatsApp messages. Except for free services and darn low pricing the phone offers quite decent user experience.
It’s been a while since Archos has produced anything more than a series of little interesting budget smartphones. However, this week the French manufacturer surprised the mobile world releasing three brand new devices, a rugged tablet – Archos 101 Saphir and two affordable smartphones belonging to Graphite family that offer dual camera system. Called the Archos 50 Graphite and the Archos 55 Graphite, the phones will be launched in the second half of 2017.
Introduced at CES event as “Mercury” the BlackBerry KEYone finally come to the light. The BlackBerry’s freshest device runs Android and offers a traditional QWERTY keyboard we all loved so much about BlackBerry phones. Let’s take a closer look what this smartphone brings new to the table.
Using the MWC 2017 event, ZTE expanded its mid-range Blade lineup by two more devices. Announced in Barcelona the ZTE Blade V8 Lite and ZTE Blade V8 Mini are affordable offerings delivering Android Nougat experience, with the latter’s biggest focus on optics making it a perfect phone for all photography buffs.
Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 offer Android Nougat out of the box for a reasonable price, wondering which to buy?
Taking the Mobile World Congress 2017 stage HMD released three new phones: Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. Those who consider the revamp Nokia 3310 too simple device may want to take a look at these three devices which offer decent smartphone experience and Android Nougat out of box. Wondering which one to buy? Here’s a brief comparison of their key specs and features.
Sony Xperia XZ Premium powered by the best processor ever made has gotten official at MWC in Barcelona
Since we’re in the middle of the Mobile World Congress, each day means premieres of new fantastic devices. Today the show was stolen by Sony. The company introduced a brand new smartphone with an ultra-sharp display and the Qualcomm’s fastest processor. Called Sony Xperia ZX Premium, the phablet is the top-end flagship for 2017, which except for a beautiful slim metal body offers its users several really inspiring features
Remember the iconic Nokia 3310? Do you too feel a bit nostalgic about that extremely durable and long lasting phone? If so, then you will be surely glad to know that HMD Global, the Finnish company owning the rights to Nokia’s phone brand licensing took the stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and presented the first from years full line of Nokia-branded smartphones including the relaunched Nokia 3310.
Motorola’s Moto G series is known for delivering best low-end phones. Recently the company expanded the line by two more devices, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. Both handsets ditch the plastic design to bring metal housing for surprisingly low money. Scheduled to hit sales in March the phones will be sold unlocked and contract free.
Rumored for months the LG G6 finally has become official at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Just as expected the LG has resigned from the experimental modular design and instead released a phablet sporting a stylish metal body with super tiny bezels. Except for that the phone comes with tons of new features that may help it conquer hearts of customers worldwide. Here’s what you will love and hate about the new LG G6.
By launching its new unlimited plan on Monday, Verizon started a truly Unlimited week. Following Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, AT&T is the last of the major US carriers to join the fan and introduce its new unlimited data deal. Just as the three other service providers, AT&T delivers limitless talk, text and data. All these may be yours for $100 for a single line, or for $180 if you choose a family option.