Cricket Wireless has just announced that is about to expand its portfolio by another solid affordable Android smartphone. Targeting the US market, the Alcatel Idol 5 will be Cricket Wireless exclusive offering. The phone will on sale in October 27th priced under $200 and will be offered alongside with a new VR headset called the UNI360 VR Goggles. Dressed in premium metal body, the handset is equipped with a package of decent specs that overall bring great value for the low price. All these makes the Idol 5 a perfect companion for those looking for mobile VR experience that won’t break the budget.
Many of us, tech buffs, cannot imagine life without smartphones. We consider them portable entertainment centers, work companions and communication tools. However, no matter how popular smartphones are these days, there are still folks out there who value simplicity over fancy design and advanced technology. For instance, AT&T launched today a wallet-friendly Cingular Flip 2 basic phone featuring clamshell form factor.
BLU has just launched its very first smartphone dedicated to Sprint network, making it compatible with both Sprint itself and the network’s prepaid subsidiaries like Boost Mobile. Just as always with BLU’s devices, the BLU S1 is sold unlocked and offers a great money-to-value ratio. If you act fast enough you can grab this cool device with a significant discount from Amazon, or completely for free if you switch to Sprint.
BLU Vivo 8L unlocked phone featuring 20MP “Super Selfie” front camera is now ready to buy in the US for just $149
Hunting for an affordable Android smartphone with great front camera and decent specs? If so, we have a great news for you. Yesterday, BLU – the US phone maker known for delivering devices with extremely good money-to-value ratio– has announced a new smartphone called the Vivo 8L. Except for an incredibly low price tag and massive battery, the handset offers a 20MP “Super Selfie” camera.
On the market for a budget-friendly smartphone? If so, then ZTE and Cricket may have something for you. The fourth largest smartphone vendor nationwide has just launched a new Blade-series phone. Available exclusively at Cricket Wireless, the ZTE Blade X offers a package of decent mid-range specs and a pleasant surprise in a form of a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner- a feature still rarely found in handsets in this price point.
Belived or not, the China-based ZTE company is currently the biggest no-contract phone seller in the States. No wonder as the company offers great value-for-money ratio. This along with top-quality support and band compliance makes ZTE stand out of the crowd of other Chinese phone makers. Today the company announced the Blade Force. The new smartphone comes to Boost Mobile, offering a package of decent specs, HPUE technology and low price.
It’s not a secret that for some time on ZTE is putting all its efforts to gain a reputable position on the US mobile market. However, it’s the first time this China-based company is working with Verizon, which is the biggest service provider nationwide. The ZTE’s first Verizon-dedicated device – the ZTE Blade Vantage – is now available online and in carrier’s local stores. The best thing about this handset is that it offers LTE fast speeds for just $49.99.
Introduced last year, the Google Pixel line has just gained two new members. Just as expected, today at its special press conference in San Francisco Google presented the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Since both phones have been one of the most frequently rumored devices of the recent weeks, the announcement confirms what we already learnt about the phones rather than unveils them. Manufactured by HTC the compact Pixel 2 packs exactly the same hardware as its LG-made bigger sibling XL.
LG new rugged Android smartphone features armor-like body shell and will be sold at AT&T priced only $11 per month
Looking for a reliable smartphone for your adventurous summer holiday? If so, then the LG X venture may be something that may perfectly meet your needs. Released today in partnership with AT&T, the LG phone offers an armor-like body shell, package of quite decent specs and the Android Nougat experience for just $11 per month if you don’t have nothing against installment plans.
If you’re looking for a phablet similar to the Galaxy Note excluding its premium pricing, T-Mobile’s latest offering may be worth your attention. The LG Stylo 3 Plus delivers a really massive screen panel with pen-enhanced input and the latest Android experience at an affordable pricing.
HTC finally took the wraps off of its latest flagship smartphone for 2017. Called the HTC U11 the phone is both a member of the new HTC’s U family and the successor to the last year’s HTC One 10. However, it’s not the name that makes the phone stand out of the crowd, as the phone’s most intriguing feature is Edge Sense. This innovative technology introduces a new way of a phone control.
Although Samsung isn’t spending much time and money on promoting its budget sector phones, it doesn’t mean that the South-Korean mobile giant forgets about its more budget conscious customers. Just the opposite, this week AT&T started offering the newest gen of the Galaxy J3. Debuting without much fanfare the handset is now within your reach at an affordable price tag.
A month after releasing the MAX XL on Boost Mobile prepaid network, ZTE introduced another affordable phablet for another prepaid service provider. Earlier this week, the company has shared the news that they’re launching the ZTE Blade X Max at Cricket Wireless. As of now the phone can be yours for less than $150 contract-free.
Looking for an affordable Android phone? Then how about the BLU R1 Plus? Debuting today the 5.5-inch phone is a successor to the popular R1 HD. The phablet is available at Best Buy for less than $140 without long term contract. For that money you will get a pretty capable handset with a beefy battery that will ship to you in the first week of May. Additionally does not need long term contracts and is SIM-lock free which means that is compatible for any GSM services including AT&T, T-Mobile, Metro PCS or Cricket.
Sprint has just expanded its lineup by another affordable phone. Although the Galaxy J7 Perx is not a major Samsung release, it is surely a device worth your attention, especially if you’re looking for a decent phone for less. Being a refreshment of the last year’s Galaxy J7, the Perx is a 5.5-inch phablet offering a bit more than just basic communication features.
Earlier today Verizon shared a news that they’re expanding their lineup by another two phones. Although both freshly added smartphones, the LG K20 V and the Samsung Galaxy J7 V, target at prepaid subscribers, they’re also available for customers on postpaid plans. Priced at $168 and $240 the handsets may be also bought on Verizon Edge and paid off in monthly installments.
Those familiar with the mobile market surely remember the LG Aristo. So far this entry-level phone was available exclusively at T-Mobile and its prepaid branch – Metro PCS. Today the phone hits US Cellular. Although it carries a different name, it’s still the same 5-inch handset and runs the latest Android out of box. If you’re looking for a dirt cheap smartphone, the LG K8 2017 may be yours for less than a fifty bucks, which makes it the cheapest Android Nougat phone ever.
We have some good news for Samsung’s fans, the Galaxy J7 Prime finally hit the US shore. Although released some time ago the phone isn’t a completely new device, so far it was available only on several Asian markets. Distributed by Amazon the unlocked Galaxy J7 Prime surprised us with a metal body, some solid specs and a reasonable price. Right now the dual SIM variant of the phone can be yours for less than $300 witout any long term contracts.
Rumored for almost two months the HTC Bolt finally got introduced to the public. Being a Sprint-exclusive offering the phablet is said to be the most advanced phone HTC has ever built. In order to deliver a really fast and powerful device the company had to take all the good points of its recent flagship – the HTC 10 – and make it even better. This resulted in a Snapdragon 810-driven smartphone closed in a water resistant metal body shell.
Patience of those waiting for the LG V20’s US market debut has finally been rewarded, as the phone has just started to make its way to the US customers. The LG V20 is now available nationwide through carriers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular and other big electronics retailers, giving its potential buyers a wide range of purchase options. See which carrier offers best price on the new LG’s phablet.