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Posted: Nov 26, 2015 at 9:36 am By: mrNorway
Got Moto E. For $12 shipped good for my 5 yo to have it as a toy phone. It actually works with ATT and TMobile, interesting reading why Verizon can't block it http://www.theverge.com/2012/9/25/3405610/verizon-iphone-5-unloc...  Also, check other forums how to enable GSM. Coping from there, can't post link, that's SD :) 1.) Remove the band around the Moto E (THE BACK DOES NOT COME OFF!)! Only the outer band. DO NOT POWER ON THE DEVICE YET. (refer to the manual in the box to find the spot on where to remove the band, if you are unsure), and find the pre-installed Verizon sim card. Remove it, and replace it with your foreign sim (T-Mobile, at&t, Cricket, etc.). 2) Complete initial setup. During setup you should receive the following message with your T-Mobile or other sim inserted If you did not, you did it wrong and will have to do the "other" incorrect way others mentioned with the 4G switch etc.~~3) Once you have finished setup, you'll notice you still won't have signal. Proceed to Settings-->More-->Cellular Networks--> Preferred Network Type. Go ahead and select "4G (recommended)".   3a.) [OPTIONAL IF STEP 3 FAILS FOR YOU] Some people seem to not be able to see this option. If you encounter this problem download https://play.google.com/store/app...ow.network (you can simply search "network", it should be the first option), and select LTE/GSM auto (PRL) from the drop-down, and repeat Step 3 again, and it should appear now. Typically this step shouldn't be necessary if the device already detects a non-Verizon sim on setup and should switch to GSM mode, but this is the workaround.  4.) That's it! you should now get H+ service first, but it should connect to 4G LTE in a few moments.You should have data service, calls and SMS working. If for some reason your data service isn't working (! exclamation point in the signal bars) and/or if you want to make sure your MMS will work correctly, there is an additional step from here.    5.) Setting up your access point name. Proceed to Settings-->More-->Cellular Networks-->Access Point Names and enter the following information for T-Mobile Code: Name: T-Mobile APN: fast.T-Mobile.com Proxy: Port: Username: Password: Server: MMSC: http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc MMS proxy: MMS port: MCC: 310 MNC: 260 Authentication type: APN type: default,supl,mms APN Protocol: IPv6 APN roaming Protocol: IPv4Bearer: Unspecified MVNO type: None MVNO value: Not set Got Moto E. For $12 shipped good for my 5 yo to have it as a toy phone. It actually works with ATT and TMobile, interesting reading why Verizon can't block it http://www.theverge.com/2012/9/25/3405610/verizon-iphone-5-unloc...  Also, check other forums how to enable GSM. Coping from there, can't post link, that's SD :) 1.) Remove the band around the Moto E (THE BACK DOES NOT COME OFF!)! Only the outer band. DO NOT POWER ON THE DEVICE YET. (refer to the manual in the box to find the spot on where to remove the band, if you are unsure), and find the pre-installed Verizon sim card. Remove it, and replace it with your foreign sim (T-Mobile, at&t, Cricket, etc.). 2) Complete initial setup. During setup you should receive the following message with your T-Mobile or other sim inserted If you did not, you did it wrong and will have to do the "other" incorrect way others mentioned with the 4G switch etc.~~3) Once you have finished setup, you'll notice you still won't have signal. Proceed to Settings-->More-->Cellular Networks--> Preferred Network Type. Go ahead and select "4G (recommended)".   3a.) [OPTIONAL IF STEP 3 FAILS FOR YOU] Some people seem to not be able to see this option. If you encounter this problem download https://play.google.com/store/app...ow.network (you can simply search "network", it should be the first option), and select LTE/GSM auto (PRL) from the drop-down, and repeat Step 3 again, and it should appear now. Typically this step shouldn't be necessary if the device already detects a non-Verizon sim on setup and should switch to GSM mode, but this is the workaround.  4.) That's it! you should now get H+ service first, but it should connect to 4G LTE in a few moments.You should have data service, calls and SMS working. If for some reason your data service isn't working (! exclamation point in the signal bars) and/or if you want to make sure your MMS will work correctly, there is an additional step from here.    5.) Setting up your access point name. Proceed to Settings-->More-->Cellular Networks-->Access Point Names and enter the following information for T-Mobile Code: Name: T-Mobile APN: fast.T-Mobile.com Proxy: Port: Username: Password: Server: MMSC: http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc MMS proxy: MMS port: MCC: 310 MNC: 260 Authentication type: APN type: default,supl,mms APN Protocol: IPv6 APN roaming Protocol: IPv4Bearer: Unspecified MVNO type: None MVNO value: Not set See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 16, 2015 at 12:04 pm By: glocks
Thanks for starting thread!  I'm in similar market (gift request for iphone 6s+).  Would appreciate collaboration (& help!) in trying to parse through all of the opaque pricing for these devices & service. Looks like around a $1500+ investment over 2 yrs... Here is what I'm seeing, so far: New w/out contract It seems, like you, I've pinpointed Cricket wireless to be appropriate for us.   Can get by w/ $35/mo on ATT&T network.  No discounted iphone deals. $750 for basic 6s+ model (not BF deal) Seems like Boost (Sprint) monthly plan is comparable, and may offer discounted phone, again http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1464506/  Ring Plus (Sprint) possible option. New w/ contract Target offering $250 in gift cards, requires Verizon/Sprint WalMart offering $200 in cards/credit, requires Verizon/ATT&T *Current impression is that unsubsidized (new 6s+) phone seems to be cheaper for 1+ yrs. of service, on these MVNO networks.  Have a hard time seeing that change for BF or anytime else.  Question is if service satisfactory. Personally, have to figure out procedures... Thanks for starting thread!  I'm in similar market (gift request for iphone 6s+).  Would appreciate collaboration (& help!) in trying to parse through all of the opaque pricing for these devices & service. Looks like around a $1500+ investment over 2 yrs... Here is what I'm seeing, so far: New w/out contract It seems, like you, I've pinpointed Cricket wireless to be appropriate for us.   Can get by w/ $35/mo on ATT&T network.  No discounted iphone deals. $750 for basic 6s+ model (not BF deal) Seems like Boost (Sprint) monthly plan is comparable, and may offer discounted phone, again http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1464506/  Ring Plus (Sprint) possible option. New w/ contract Target offering $250 in gift cards, requires Verizon/Sprint WalMart offering $200 in cards/credit, requires Verizon/ATT&T *Current impression is that unsubsidized (new 6s+) phone seems to be cheaper for 1+ yrs. of service, on these MVNO networks.  Have a hard time seeing that change for BF or anytime else.  Question is if service satisfactory. Personally, have to figure out procedures... See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 14, 2015 at 8:15 pm By: MrLateNite
I enjoy the WinPhone platform. So far the Nokia I got last year (530 for $20) has been a decent device. I like the navigation tool, and really like the quality of the camera compared with all the other $20 and under android devices. It doesn't even have a flash but takes much better pictures than a LG Realm, Optimus Exceed II and another similar Android (that do have flash). Yeah, the app store is limited but at the same point, how many calculator apps does one need --besides the built in one ? ;)  Yeah I still have Android for specific games and tools of course. Quick update:  If anyone was interested in getting one of the cheap TracFone devices -- more specifically for the use ON TracFone if you wanted to get into their cheap service plan vs. the much higher of Net10, StraightTalk and others, there are 2 *CURRENT* deals available immediately, well before Black Friday.  WalMart has the following 2 TracFone compatible devices for just $9.82 each. LG Lucky LG16C - CDMA (Verizon/Sprint networks) -or- LG Sunrise LG15G - GSM (AT+T networks) The LG Lucky vesrion will be $9.99 at Shopko on Black Friday, so is cheaper now at $9.82, and your choice of which network you'd prefer.   Yeah these are VERY basic devices, but if you are also looking for an backup basic phone, TracFone is the least expensive way to do it, and these are the easiest/cheapest way to get into them.  The reviews on these 2 are not stellar -- mainly poor screens and battery eaters, but that's what you'll get in the 3.8"/Dual core and smaller area at this low price point.  Uniquely none of these have "real" internal memory, but rather use the SD card as the internal memory. They both include a 4GB microSD card and accept up to 32GB.  This actually *may* have a major advantage -- since the card slot is treated as internal storage you *should* be able to actually increase the internal storage size hugely without the problems that a separate storage area causes given Googles recent restrictions on having apps run on "external" storage. For those looking for TracPhone specifically -- The only better deal will be the Alcatel Pixi Glitz at Dollar General for $1. Smaller screen, and only available on GSM (AT+T) networks, no choice in which network you'd prefer to use as the above 2 options. I enjoy the WinPhone platform. So far the Nokia I got last year (530 for $20) has been a decent device. I like the navigation tool, and really like the quality of the camera compared with all the other $20 and under android devices. It doesn't even have a flash but takes much better pictures than a LG Realm, Optimus Exceed II and another similar Android (that do have flash). Yeah, the app store is limited but at the same point, how many calculator apps does one need --besides the built in one ? ;)  Yeah I still have Android for specific games and tools of course. Quick update:  If anyone was interested in getting one of the cheap TracFone devices -- more specifically for the use ON TracFone if you wanted to get into their cheap service plan vs. the much higher of Net10, StraightTalk and others, there are 2 *CURRENT* deals available immediately, well before Black Friday.  WalMart has the following 2 TracFone compatible devices for just $9.82 each. LG Lucky LG16C - CDMA (Verizon/Sprint networks) -or- LG Sunrise LG15G - GSM (AT+T networks) The LG Lucky vesrion will be $9.99 at Shopko on Black Friday, so is cheaper now at $9.82, and your choice of which network you'd prefer.   Yeah these are VERY basic devices, but if you are also looking for an backup basic phone, TracFone is the least expensive way to do it, and these are the easiest/cheapest way to get into them.  The reviews on these 2 are not stellar -- mainly poor screens and battery eaters, but that's what you'll get in the 3.8"/Dual core and smaller area at this low price point.  Uniquely none of these have "real" internal memory, but rather use the SD card as the internal memory. They both include a 4GB microSD card and accept up to 32GB.  This actually *may* have a major advantage -- since the card slot is treated as internal storage you *should* be able to actually increase the internal storage size hugely without the problems that a separate storage area causes given Googles recent restrictions on having apps run on "external" storage. For those looking for TracPhone specifically -- The only better deal will be the Alcatel Pixi Glitz at Dollar General for $1. Smaller screen, and only available on GSM (AT+T) networks, no choice in which network you'd prefer to use as the above 2 options. See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 10, 2015 at 11:07 am By: FrugalGamer
An extra $30 off the Panasonic BD player ($39.99) seems decent, but nothing special. It's currently "on sale" for $69.99. Paying an extra $10 for the Sony BDPS-3500 (also in the ad) is probably worthwhile.  I'm sure you can find a comparable or better deal at WalMart, Target, Costco, Sam's, Amazon, or elsewhere. I agree that the $20 console games are priced well.  And obviously the $10 Moto E is a special deal. Interestingly enough, the 55" Toshiba LED LCD 1080p TV (regularly $550) for $350 is already on sale for that price: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/toshiba-55-class-54-6-diag--led-1080...  The Logitech Harmony remote for $49.99 seems to be priced (and reviewed) well. Currently $120; don't know what the price history is. The HP Spectre x360 model is priced nicely (http://blackfriday.bestbuy.com/?category=computers+amp+tablets2#...  According to the product link, it's the Skylake i7 model; personally, I think an i7 is overkill unless you're purchasing a dedicated gaming rig with discrete graphics. I purchased the Broadwell i5 (256 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM) for $1000 earlier this year, manually upgraded it to Windows 10, and it's terrific; not sure I understand the middling reviews on Best Buy's site.  I think Adorama had the same configuration as mine refurbished for ~ $750 recently if you were willing to trade newness for some savings.  I think HP skimped on the SSD, though, by using Adata for the 256 GB one.  (They might have used Samsung or other for the 512GB or in other configurations, but I'm not sure; I feel like I read something like that elsewhere online.) The Moto G 2nd Gen for $100 is a good deal; reviewers have praised it, and I don't think you can touch it at that price point (unless you're looking at clearance or used models -- or something like that Verzion LG G4 MM deal).  Anyway, that's what stands out to me. An extra $30 off the Panasonic BD player ($39.99) seems decent, but nothing special. It's currently "on sale" for $69.99. Paying an extra $10 for the Sony BDPS-3500 (also in the ad) is probably worthwhile.  I'm sure you can find a comparable or better deal at WalMart, Target, Costco, Sam's, Amazon, or elsewhere. I agree that the $20 console games are priced well.  And obviously the $10 Moto E is a special deal. Interestingly enough, the 55" Toshiba LED LCD 1080p TV (regularly $550) for $350 is already on sale for that price: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/toshiba-55-class-54-6-diag--led-1080...  The Logitech Harmony remote for $49.99 seems to be priced (and reviewed) well. Currently $120; don't know what the price history is. The HP Spectre x360 model is priced nicely (http://blackfriday.bestbuy.com/?category=computers+amp+tablets2#...  According to the product link, it's the Skylake i7 model; personally, I think an i7 is overkill unless you're purchasing a dedicated gaming rig with discrete graphics. I purchased the Broadwell i5 (256 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM) for $1000 earlier this year, manually upgraded it to Windows 10, and it's terrific; not sure I understand the middling reviews on Best Buy's site.  I think Adorama had the same configuration as mine refurbished for ~ $750 recently if you were willing to trade newness for some savings.  I think HP skimped on the SSD, though, by using Adata for the 256 GB one.  (They might have used Samsung or other for the 512GB or in other configurations, but I'm not sure; I feel like I read something like that elsewhere online.) The Moto G 2nd Gen for $100 is a good deal; reviewers have praised it, and I don't think you can touch it at that price point (unless you're looking at clearance or used models -- or something like that Verzion LG G4 MM deal).  Anyway, that's what stands out to me. See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 12, 2015 at 10:01 am By: MrLateNite
These pre-paid phones are sold at this price with no obligation of purchasing service/contracts/warranties. They (obviously the cheaper ones:) ) ideally can be used as super-cheap: Music/Video players, pocket cameras, mini tablets, GPS's, Internet devices, Children time occupiers, emergency 911 devices, etc.. all without the requirement of activation for phone use. Please note: This "ordering" is my best attempt at highlighting both the tech specs (better/faster/bigger/more at the top) as well as taking into account pricing for those features. It's a tough call to judge whether someone would prefer 518K pixels with TFT over 384K Pixels with IPS screen.  Current known upcoming BF deals: (HIGHLIGHTED PRICING indicates better deals in each category) Quad Core/ 2 GB RAM/16 to 32 GB Flash/Super high res IPS screens: #1 $229 @ WalMart - Samsung Galaxy S5 : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 2.5 GHz+2nd/2 GB Ram/32 GB Flash/5.1" sAMOLED @ 1920x1080 (2,025K pix/432 ppi)/16 MP(rear cam)/2800 mAh #2 $229.99 @ Best Buy - Samsung Galaxy S4 : Jelly Bean (4.2)/Quad 1.9 GHz/2 GB Ram/16 GB Flash/5.0" sAMOLED @ 1920x1080 (2,025K pix/441 ppi)/13 MP(rear cam)/2600 mAh Quad Core/1 GB RAM/8 GB Flash/High res IPS screens: #3 $129.99 @ Best Buy - LG G Vista : Lollipop (5.1.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1.5 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.7" IPS @ 1280x720 (900K pix/258 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/3200 mAh #4 $29.99 @ Best Buy - Microsoft Lumia 640 : WinPhone (8.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 1280x720 (900K pix/294 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/2500 mAh #5 $99.99 @ Best Buy - Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen (2014) : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 1280x720 (900K pix/294 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/2070 mAh Quad Core/1GB RAM/8 GB Flash/Medium res IPS or TFT screens: #6 $49 @ WalMart - Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1.5 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" TFT @ 960x540 (506K pix/220 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/2600 mAh #7 $39 @ WalMart - Kyocera Hydro Air : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 960x540 (506K pix/220 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2300 mAh #8 $9.99 @ Best Buy - Motorola Moto E 8GB : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT* @ 960x540 (506K pix/245 ppi)/5MP (No LED)*(rear cam)/2390 mAh #9 $29.99 @ Target - Motorola Moto E 2015 : Lollipop (5.0.x)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT* @ 960x540 (506K pix/245 ppi)/5MP (No LED)*(rear cam)/2390 mAh #10 $39.99 @ K-Mart - ZTE Speed : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 960x540 (506K pix/245 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2000 mAh (Non-Removable) #11 $19.99 @ Best Buy - LG Tribute 2 8GB : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" IPS @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/1900 mAh #12 $59.99 @ Best Buy - LG Leon 8GB : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" IPS @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/1820 mAh #13 $19 @ Dollar General - ZTE Maven : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh (Non-Removable) #14 $19 @ Family Dollar - ZTE Swigert (Maven Z812) : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh (Non-Removable) #15 $25 @ WalMart - LG Sunset : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #16 $29.99 @ Meijer - LG Destiny : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #17 $39.99 @ Target - ZTE Maven : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh (Non-Removable) #18 $29 @ WalMart - LG Transpyre : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 800x480 (375K pix/207 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh #19 $39.99 @ Best Buy - Samsung Galaxy Core Prime 8GB : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 800x480 (375K pix/207 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2000 mAh #20 $39.99 @ Best Buy - Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE 8GB : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 800x480 (375K pix/207 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/1750 mAh Dual or Quad Core/1GB RAM/4GB Flash/Medium or lower res TFT screens: #21 $29 @ Dollar General - Alcatel OneTouch Pop ICON C7 : KitKat (4.4.2)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/5.0" TFT @ 960x540 (506K pix/220 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2000 mAh #22 $29 @ Dollar General - Alcatel Sonic LTE <> : Jelly Bean (4.1)/Dual 1.4 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/4.63" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #23 $69.99 @ Shopko - Polaroid Link A5 : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.3 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 854x480 (400K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #24 $4.99 @ Best Buy - ZTE Paragon 4GB : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/4.0" TFT @ 800x400 (312K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #25 $4.99 @ K-Mart - ZTE Paragon 4GB : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/4.0" TFT @ 800x400 (312K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat Single or Dual Core/512MB RAM/4GB Flash/Super low res TFT screens: #26 $8.99 @ Fred's  - LG 16 Sunrise : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.8" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP(rear cam)/1540 mAh bat #27 $9.99 @ Shopko - LG 16 Lucky : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.8" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP(rear cam)/? bat #28 $1 @ Dollar General - Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Glitz : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.3 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.47" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/ 2 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat #29 $9.99 @ K-Mart - LG Optimus Zone 2 : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.47" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat #30 $19 @ Family Dollar - LG Optimus Zone 2 : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.5" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/165 ppi)/3 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat #31 $19.99 @ Shopko - LG Optimus II : Jelly Bean (4.1)/Single 1.0 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.8" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat Last update: 11/18/2015 - Added Fred's LG Sunrise See attachment for colored, sorted list.   These pre-paid phones are sold at this price with no obligation of purchasing service/contracts/warranties. They (obviously the cheaper ones:) ) ideally can be used as super-cheap: Music/Video players, pocket cameras, mini tablets, GPS's, Internet devices, Children time occupiers, emergency 911 devices, etc.. all without the requirement of activation for phone use. Please note: This "ordering" is my best attempt at highlighting both the tech specs (better/faster/bigger/more at the top) as well as taking into account pricing for those features. It's a tough call to judge whether someone would prefer 518K pixels with TFT over 384K Pixels with IPS screen.  Current known upcoming BF deals: (HIGHLIGHTED PRICING indicates better deals in each category) Quad Core/ 2 GB RAM/16 to 32 GB Flash/Super high res IPS screens: #1 $229 @ WalMart - Samsung Galaxy S5 : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 2.5 GHz+2nd/2 GB Ram/32 GB Flash/5.1" sAMOLED @ 1920x1080 (2,025K pix/432 ppi)/16 MP(rear cam)/2800 mAh #2 $229.99 @ Best Buy - Samsung Galaxy S4 : Jelly Bean (4.2)/Quad 1.9 GHz/2 GB Ram/16 GB Flash/5.0" sAMOLED @ 1920x1080 (2,025K pix/441 ppi)/13 MP(rear cam)/2600 mAh Quad Core/1 GB RAM/8 GB Flash/High res IPS screens: #3 $129.99 @ Best Buy - LG G Vista : Lollipop (5.1.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1.5 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.7" IPS @ 1280x720 (900K pix/258 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/3200 mAh #4 $29.99 @ Best Buy - Microsoft Lumia 640 : WinPhone (8.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 1280x720 (900K pix/294 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/2500 mAh #5 $99.99 @ Best Buy - Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen (2014) : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 1280x720 (900K pix/294 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/2070 mAh Quad Core/1GB RAM/8 GB Flash/Medium res IPS or TFT screens: #6 $49 @ WalMart - Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1.5 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" TFT @ 960x540 (506K pix/220 ppi)/8 MP(rear cam)/2600 mAh #7 $39 @ WalMart - Kyocera Hydro Air : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 960x540 (506K pix/220 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2300 mAh #8 $9.99 @ Best Buy - Motorola Moto E 8GB : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT* @ 960x540 (506K pix/245 ppi)/5MP (No LED)*(rear cam)/2390 mAh #9 $29.99 @ Target - Motorola Moto E 2015 : Lollipop (5.0.x)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT* @ 960x540 (506K pix/245 ppi)/5MP (No LED)*(rear cam)/2390 mAh #10 $39.99 @ K-Mart - ZTE Speed : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 960x540 (506K pix/245 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2000 mAh (Non-Removable) #11 $19.99 @ Best Buy - LG Tribute 2 8GB : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" IPS @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/1900 mAh #12 $59.99 @ Best Buy - LG Leon 8GB : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" IPS @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/1820 mAh #13 $19 @ Dollar General - ZTE Maven : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh (Non-Removable) #14 $19 @ Family Dollar - ZTE Swigert (Maven Z812) : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh (Non-Removable) #15 $25 @ WalMart - LG Sunset : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #16 $29.99 @ Meijer - LG Destiny : Lollipop (5)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #17 $39.99 @ Target - ZTE Maven : Lollipop (5.1)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/218 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh (Non-Removable) #18 $29 @ WalMart - LG Transpyre : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 800x480 (375K pix/207 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2100 mAh #19 $39.99 @ Best Buy - Samsung Galaxy Core Prime 8GB : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 800x480 (375K pix/207 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2000 mAh #20 $39.99 @ Best Buy - Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE 8GB : KitKat (4.4)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/4.5" TFT @ 800x480 (375K pix/207 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/1750 mAh Dual or Quad Core/1GB RAM/4GB Flash/Medium or lower res TFT screens: #21 $29 @ Dollar General - Alcatel OneTouch Pop ICON C7 : KitKat (4.4.2)/Quad 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/5.0" TFT @ 960x540 (506K pix/220 ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/2000 mAh #22 $29 @ Dollar General - Alcatel Sonic LTE <> : Jelly Bean (4.1)/Dual 1.4 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/4.63" TFT @ 854x480 (400K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #23 $69.99 @ Shopko - Polaroid Link A5 : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.3 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/8 GB Flash/5.0" IPS @ 854x480 (400K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #24 $4.99 @ Best Buy - ZTE Paragon 4GB : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/4.0" TFT @ 800x400 (312K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat #25 $4.99 @ K-Mart - ZTE Paragon 4GB : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/1 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/4.0" TFT @ 800x400 (312K pix/? ppi)/5MP(rear cam)/? bat Single or Dual Core/512MB RAM/4GB Flash/Super low res TFT screens: #26 $8.99 @ Fred's  - LG 16 Sunrise : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.8" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP(rear cam)/1540 mAh bat #27 $9.99 @ Shopko - LG 16 Lucky : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.8" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP(rear cam)/? bat #28 $1 @ Dollar General - Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Glitz : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.3 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.47" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/ 2 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat #29 $9.99 @ K-Mart - LG Optimus Zone 2 : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.47" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat #30 $19 @ Family Dollar - LG Optimus Zone 2 : KitKat (4.4)/Dual 1.2 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.5" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/165 ppi)/3 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat #31 $19.99 @ Shopko - LG Optimus II : Jelly Bean (4.1)/Single 1.0 GHz/0.5 GB Ram/4 GB Flash/3.8" TFT @ 480x320 (150K pix/? ppi)/3 MP (No LED)(rear cam)/? bat Last update: 11/18/2015 - Added Fred's LG Sunrise See attachment for colored, sorted list.   See More

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