Mobile Tips Budget-Friendly Revvl Phone

T-Mobile confirms the Revvl Phone will cost $125

"Not everyone walks into a T-Mobile store and wants the latest flagship", T-Mobile Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert said in a Wednesday blog post announcing the Revvl. Well, one day ahead of that date the Un-carrier has made the Revvl officially official. Both deals require that customers sign up for frequent upgrade plans, called Next at AT&T and Jump at T-Mobile. These features are not going to blow anyone away, but they're the kind of specs you generally see in higher-priced budget phones. "On Demand" plan, or $125 in total. Insane low price to ask for Android Nougat software, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, HD screen resolution, 13 and 5MP cameras, 3000 mAh battery capacity, and fingerprint recognition, don't you think? And you'll be able to upgrade to a new phone whenever you want.

It's got a 5.5-inch 720p touchscreen, a 13 MP main camera, a 5 MP selfie shooter, and a 3,000 mAh battery.

Who here is planning to, uh, JUMP! on a T-Mobile Revvl? The REVVL is one of a set of low-priced smartphones released with T-Mobile JUMP that users are able to lease.

T-Mobile has introduced a new program to help buyers find high-quality, low-priced devices. If you think of doing so through the latter, you can pick up any of the aforementioned phones for $0 down and either $7 or $8 a month.

As previous reports suggested, the REVVL (no official mention of the T1 branding) will feature a plastic construction with a fingerprint scanner on the back and what appears to be dual stereo speakers on the top and bottom of the display.

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