Until further notice, the Alcatel Pop 4, Alcatel OneTouch Pop Icon and LG Power are our recommendation as the best Net10 Cell. The first one is a mid-range smartphone, the second one a Android smartphone and the third one, a average smartphone running a 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8610 processor. Net10 is well-known as a prepaid mobile network with cheap phones in all form factors
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The Alcatel Pop Icon does not seem to pack anything special... (more)What We Noted:
Question #1: Should it be a smartphone or not?
Coming with a pretty stereotypical (by entry-level standards) bundle of pros and cons, power may be the wrong word to associate with LG's 2015 Power L22C... (more)What We Noted:
While its 5.5-inch IPS display and 3400mAh battery power (which is one of the highest we have observed within this class) make it sound like a pretty generous smartphone, the ZTE Quartz appears to have a relatively unimpressive 1-megapixel selfie camera -- as many other phablets have 5-megapixel front-facing cameras slapped on.
That said, its 8-megapixel main camera and 8GB internal memory (expandable to up to 64GB) might still give it a decent punch... (more)What We Noted:
The 4.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Core Prime is an Android geared towards users shopping on a tight budget, though its core pros do include LTE connectivity (+), making it a rather cheap ticket into 4G networks... (more)What We Noted:
Even though 4G LTE capability (+) and 2300mAh's worth of power (+) are nice to have on a prepaid Android, the 2015 ZTE Stratos's mix of pros and cons is far from launching it into the Android stratosphere, as it barely hedgehops with its 1GB RAM (-), 1.2GHz quad-core processor (-), and 5-megapixel main camera (-)... (more)Worth mentioning:
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