AnonD-227499, 26 Dec 2015Thanks for your answer, but wow that's still expensive (well to me at least). In Indonesia I c... moreIndonesia: 741,100 mi²
United States: 3.806 million mi²
Much more area to cover. In the US, Verizon has the most coverage, and if you need that coverage the price is worth it. Their entire footprint has LTE rolled out as well, which typically sees speeds of 60Mbps+.
There are cheaper carriers, but they mostly focus on cities and developed areas. Often the moment you leave the city limits, you typically fall back to 2G or E911 only.
AnonD-337832, 26 Dec 20154 inch display still exits!!! this phone will be released where the dwarves dwellNot everyone wants a tablet in their pocket, or spends most of their time streaming videos or playing games on their phones. There are normal people wanting a normal sized phone that they can use to text, call and email on, and maybe the occasional simple game or similar.
Not everyone wants a phone that can be a burden to carry around, and a phone with around a 4 inch screen may be sufficient for them
Anon, 26 Dec 2015Low-end cheap devices like this are targeted at lower-priced prepaid providers. In this case,... moreThanks for your answer, but wow that's still expensive (well to me at least). In Indonesia I can get 3 GB of 4G data (we finally got 4G, yay) for Rp100.000 (that's less than US$10). Although I guess it's a matter of area of coverage(?)
AnonD-227499, 26 Dec 2015Why do people buy cheap phones but then pay hundreds of dollars for their data plan? I don't u... moreLow-end cheap devices like this are targeted at lower-priced prepaid providers. In this case, the phone is designed for Verizon Wireless Prepaid, which offers unlimited talk, text, and 3GB data for $45/month.
4 inch display still exits!!! this phone will be released where the dwarves dwell
Why do people buy cheap phones but then pay hundreds of dollars for their data plan? I don't understand how the USA works
512MB ram in budget phones (Android) are to avoid the countless, pointless development costs after Jelly Bean made cheap handsets run sub-par.
AnonD-480266, 26 Dec 2015Do people still buy LG phones??Yes... Yes they do
An entry level handset, in any case, isn't going to shake the foundations of anything if it's below fifty dollars. The Zone series (L34C Included) has respectable build quality and features Gorilla Glass...
Big Daddy, 26 Dec 2015Better buy a windows phone than this.Much rather buy a Windows phone than most cheap Android phones.
Anonymous, 26 Dec 2015You are kidding, aren't you ? Of course not. I'd much rather buy a Windows phone.
Big Daddy, 26 Dec 2015Better buy a windows phone than this.You are kidding, aren't you ?