If you still own an old phone just because upgrading to a new device with the latest bells and whistles on board seems to be costly, well, there is no more reason to.
AT&T is bringing you one of the best deals, if not the best and you can never go without looking at this one, especially for old folks who have been holding down to their now aging or basically old handsets. You can pick up a new LG Phoenix 2 from AT&T for just $99.
While it is hard to classify this phone as a mid-tier thanks to the price on offer, the spec sheet it comes with can really put it up there with a bunch of other mid-range phones that are available at higher prices. One thing you will probably love about this new LG Phoenix 2 smartphone is the fact that it comes with some of the latest features in the smartphone world, Android to be more specific.
For starters, avid followers of LG will be quick to tell you that this is not the first time a Phoenix named LG smartphone is coming to the U.S. market. Back in 2011, LG unveiled the first generation LG Phoenix and it is only now that the phone is seeing an upgrade. A lot has changed over this period and this is evident in this budget-friendly LG Phoenix 2. The device also borrows some looks from the LG Tribute 5.
As mentioned earlier, this device comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. This is the latest Android OS and it has only managed to reach 7.5% of all Android devices. Based on the fact that there are probably billions of Android devices out there, you will be joining the few privileged to enjoy some of the latest features and improvements that this OS brings to the fold.
To ensure that this Marshmallow delivers the best performance out of this LG Phoenix 2 smartphone, the South Korean company went for a 4-core Snapdragon 210 SoC and a RAM of 1GB. You won’t be short of display size and quality as the phone packs a 5-inch HD panel with 720p resolution. As far as photography is concerned, the Phoenix 2 comes with an 8MP rear snapper and a decent 5MP sensor for selfies.
To keep the phone powered is a 2125mAh battery unit. For more details on how to get the new LG Phoenix 2, you can visit the official AT&T website.
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