If you on the market for an affordable smartphone with an almost tablet size screen, Cricket has something you may want to take a look at. Recently, the prepaid carrier announced to expand its portfolio by the 5.7-inch LG Stylo 3. Except for pretty decent specs, the phablet’s offers users precise stylus-enabled input and enhanced data security, which is pretty crucial these days.
Earlier today HTC released its latest flagship – the U11. However, if you’re looking for something cheaper, then Motorola, owned by Lenovo, may have something for you. Lenovo finally made official the long rumored Moto C and Moto C Plus. Both phones are supposed to be the company’s cheapest offerings ever. Packed with some really decent specs the Moto C and Moto C Plus may be your for less than $100.
Perhaps Oppo isn’t a mobile maker that we’ve heard as much in the States, it’s pretty popular in India, where it is considered the biggest rival of another Chinese mobile company – Xiaomi. Hoping to gain global popularity, Oppo is constantly expanding its lineup so as to meet the needs of various customers. Conscious of the importance of social media in our lives, the company have recently released the Oppo F3, a phone supposed to be a selfie expert with an impressive front camera.
All those familiar with mobile market surely noticed that this week undoubtedly belonged to affordable phones. Few days ago US Cellular expanded its lineup by ZTE Blade 3 Max and the LG K3. Today another two carriers – T-Mobile and Metro PCS – added new affordable smartphone to their portfolio – the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime. Debuting without much fanfare the new entry-level smartphone from the South Korean tech giant is already available for purchase having the nation’s third largest carrier for its distributor.
Those following the mobile world news know that the most fervently discussed phones are the Galaxy S8, LG G6 and the upcoming iPhone 8. However, not everyone of us can afford these stunning devices. If $700 is too much for your budget, don’t forget that there are mid-range phones like Moto Z priced for something round $450, affordable handsets like the Moto G5 retailing for $250, and extremely cheap phones like the recently released by US Cellular LG K3 sold for $19.99. Nope, there is no typo.
Cricket Wireless recently expanded their portfolio of Android smartphones by two new Samsung phones. Quite surprisingly the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus aren’t the only devices launched to the US market last Friday. Those who find the Samsung’s freshest flagship too expensive may want to take a look at the Galaxy Amp Prime 2. Being a more affordable option for Android fans, the phone delivers Nougat experience for just $149.99.
Just two weeks after LG G6 started its international rollout, Samsung’s highly-anticipated flagship smartphones for 2017 also join the party and are finally available worldwide. The ultra-sleek Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have just ported to several major US carriers. In addition, those who don’t like the idea of binding themselves with carrier’s contract may pre-order SIM-lock free models without long term commitments at Best Buy and B&H.
Earlier today HTC started to send out invitations to its special press conference devoted to the premiere of its next flagship smartphone. According to the invite, the HTC U will be introduced in on May 16th. Preparing for the big unveiling, the Taiwanese mobile maker decided to make extra room for the upcoming new model and launched several hefty discounts on its older handsets that may draw your attention.
Shortly after Easter, Cricket Wireless, the AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary, has expanded its affordable portfolio of Android phones by another handset. Well, perhaps not a completely new one. Being simply a Cricket-branded incarnation of the well-known LG K20, the LG Harmony provides its potential users with a package of quite decent specs for under-$100 price tag. If you are looking for a cheap and capable replacement phone, the LG Harmony should get on your radar.
Remember when two days ago we were sharing a news on the HTC One X10 upcoming debut? Earlier today HTC has officially taken the wraps off their new device. Surprisingly enough, rumored to be metallic the One X10’ body shell turned out to be made of real metal. Except for an attractive look the mid-range phablet provides its potential users with a package of decent specs and a ginormous battery.
Earlier today Sprint has revamped its unlimited plan offer simultaneously retiring the 50% off deal for new customers who decided to ditch their carrier on favor of Sprint. The carrier simplified the previous unlimited offer by reducing its price. The new Unlimited Freedom plans include limitless talking, texting and data for as little as $50 per month.
The mobile industry is known for fierce competition at both the top and bottom end devices. However, despite of the entire spot light taken by the flagship smartphones, the bottom end is the one experiencing the biggest rivalry. Each day we see masses of new interesting offerings being launched to the market. Except for really competitive price tags these phones feature continually increasing specs. Released today ZTE Prestige 2 for Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile is no exception here. This 5-inch Android phone comes with a package of decent hardware and low price.
Samsung has finally announced its flagship phones for 2017. Debuting today the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus put an end to the endless stream of leaks and speculations which frankly speaking were pretty accurate. Just as expected the Galaxy S8 come driven by the Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835, offers a bezel-less “Infinity Display”, looks generous and we really love it. It looks like the new line of Galaxy phones will set new standards for the upcoming generations of Android smartphones.
There are still many mobile geeks who thinking about having a Galaxy Note 7 on their own. They don’t mind its explosive battery and the risk connected with it. If you belong to that group, you will be glad to know that after months of being discontinued the phablet will get a second chance. In its latest press release Samsung announced that it will soon sell refurbished models of its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.
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.