LG Aristo Android Nougat phone to hit T-Mobile and Metro PCS stores next week priced only $6 per month
Despite that the flagship phones get the most press attention, the mobile market is still full of customers looking for a budget-friendly smartphone. No matter whether we want to give a first phone to our kids, stay in touch with our grandparents or simply consider a premium flagship a fancy gadget we’re in constant hunt for affordable phones. Today we got another product to consider if you are planning purchasing a cheap phone as T-Mobile and Metro PCS shared that they are about to add the LG Aristo to their lineups. Being an extremely easy on your wallet, this LG phone offers a 5-inch touch screen and runs Android Nougat out of box.
LG Aristo is the first Metro PCS phone to run Android Nougat. The phone will hit carrier’s stores this Monday priced under $60.
According to today’s press release, T-Mobile and Metro PCS are both going to start selling the LG Aristo in the following weeks. Considered one of the cheapest phones available on the market the handset is nothing more but an entry-level device. Although we cannot expect it to surprise us with some top-notch features, the Aristo seems to be a really decent smartphone meeting all modern communication needs.
Equipped with a package of sufficient specs, the LG Aristo houses a 5-inch screen panel sporting HD resolution. Driven by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and paired with 1.5GB RAM the handset offers its potential users Android 7.0 Nougat experience, which is still quite a rarity in this price sector.
When it comes to storage space, the device provides us with 16GB of built-in storage that luckily comes with microSD card expansion, so you can be sure that you will always have enough room to store your photos, apps and favorite music. In the field of optics, the Aristo delivers a combination of a 13MP primary camera and a 5MP snapper in charge of selfies. Other than that kept alive by a 2,410mAh removable battery the phone offers 4G LTE, WiFi Calling/VoLTE and an advanced data security provided by a finger print scanner – another rarity in the world of entry-level phones.
Moving on to the availability details, on January 23rd the phone will arrive to Metro PCS stores, while two days later it will hit T-Mobile. Metro PCS will sell the phone for $59 after instant rebate, whereas at the Un-carrier the Aristo will cost $144 or just $6 per month if you enroll for an 24-month installment plan. In addition, T-Mobile will be also throwing in a 25 percent discount on an Aristo-dedicated Tech21 case and screen protector when bought together. But if you want to make use of the promo you all act fast as this is a limited time deal.