Mobile confirms the Revvl Phone will cost $125

T-Mobile Revvl

T-Mobile Smartpicks has a dedicated webpage on T-Mo's website.

While T-Mobile has not officially announced the REVVL T1, the company's representatives from their support channel on Twitter have chimed in, seemingly confirming the price and its availability.

Rather than actually paying $125, T-Mobile wants to lease you the phone for $5 a month, with $0 down. The neat thing is how T-Mobile is proposing you buy it.

You can pick those phones up on an 18-month lease, or you can do so through Jump!

The Alcatel slab runs Android Nougat and has a 5.5-inch HD screen, 13-megapixel rear camera, 5MP shooter on the front, a quad-core 1.5GHz Mediatek processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage (expandable to 128GB), a 3,000 mAh battery, and a fingerprint sensor.

Above you'll see the specifications for the T-Mobile REVVL.

The problem historically with cheap Android phones is that even if they work initially, one big Android software update and a few new apps can render it useless. The available devices will be referred to as "SmartPicks". On Demand program. T-Mo explains that most of the smartphones available through JOD are higher-end models, but now T-Mobile is making several of its Smartpicks available through JOD, too.

It is not the fact whether the company wants to reveal the launch or not to the customers as the latter requires the information precise and clear and not just creating a news for creating the demand. However, this can be handled in one visit to a participating T-Mobile store.

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