Anonymous, 15 Aug 2016These cheap as chips Android phones are becoming a lot better than last two year's offerings, ... moreActually, Metro PCS offers this phone (or any of their phones that sell for less than $60) for free with their 1GB data $30 per month (taxes and fees included) plan if you port the phone number from your previous provider at the time of activation. For me, personally, who is upgrading from a limited talk and text flip phone plan for only $5 per month less, and who never had a GPS device, this is a bonanza!
Herodroid, 15 Aug 2016my galaxy ace 2 has worse specs than this phone and i paid 200$ back in 2013 january :'( ripLol who buys Galaxy Ace series 😂😂
This is way more competitive than Lumia 650. If there will be custom ROMs for 6.0 and 7.0, then this is unbeatable
sweet lord! this is a really great price for such phone! my nephew bugs me that he wants a phone of his own. so I would certainly try to get THAT one! ^_^
Herodroid, 15 Aug 2016my galaxy ace 2 has worse specs than this phone and i paid 200$ back in 2013 january :'( ripLmao ikr,same goes for my Sony xperia J.
Also, about my plan comment, I forgot the part where you didn't have to pay extra for a plan. That gives specs-whores less of a reason to complain.
Flossy420, 15 Aug 2016Just watch as some people complain about the ram and processorPeople who complain about the specs here need to upgrade from their 2012 "flagships" already, also, finally, a below-fifty dollar phone with a 2MP instead of a VGA Front Facing Camera.
impressively low price for the specs, in my country u have to be tied to a plan from the carrier to get even close to that price (and not a really cheap plan i might say) so it's good for ppl that are looking for a back up phone or this might even be the new feature phones nowadays ^_^
Just watch as some people complain about the ram and processor
These cheap as chips Android phones are becoming a lot better than last two year's offerings, the LG Optimus D140 Fuel, LG Sunrise, LG Lucky, and the Alcatel Pixi Glits. All of which were very low-RAM offerings that didn't get refreshed with 1GB options either. This phone is very similar to the one I've seen on a TracFone tutorial preview (which usually features to-be-released handsets) called the Alcatel UNITE. I expect the Alcatel Tru to go as low as $19.00 by October and even $15.00 by Holidays. You do not even get 1GB of RAM for below fifty dollars at starting price even with two year old models.
Of course, you're probably paying for a specific data plan to keep it below fifty or sixty dollars... Still, this is a sign of how replaceable a smartphone is getting now.
my galaxy ace 2 has worse specs than this phone and i paid 200$ back in 2013 january :'( rip