Top 7 Best Virgin Cell Phones 2015
Two phones stand at the top of our best Virgin Mobile U.S.A. phones 2015 right now: LG's Volt (a Android smartphone) and the LG Tribute (a smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8926 CPU). Further down the list, you will find other good phones offered by Virgin Mobile U.S.A. (which specializes in by-the-minute prepaid service and offers a limited range of phones to choose from), such as a rugged smartphone by Samsung (the Samsung Galaxy S5) and the HTC Desire 816, a smartphone running Android (with HTC Sense and HTC BlinkFeed) on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 CPU.
#1. The LG Volt
LG´s 2014 release, the LG Volt is a mixture of arty smartphone features and mid-level specs under the hood...What We Like:
- If their prevision of 24 hours of talk time holds true, it should be convenient for the talkative caller in you
- The up-to-8-point Knock Code, which provides more security compared to the Knock On that required only a double tap to unlock the home screen
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#2. The LG Tribute
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#3. The Samsung Galaxy S5
The fifth generation of Samsung's flagship smartphone has a faster Quad-core processor (from 1.9 to 2.5Ghz) and a bigger camera (16 megapixels, compared to 13 for the S4)...What We Like:
- The 16-megapixel camera (with apparently fast auto-focus) is nothing to spit at
- The Ultra power-saving mode could be interesting
#4. The HTC Desire 816
The HTC Desire 816 flaunts its 13-megapixel camera (joined by a 5-megapixel front-facer) and its 5.5-inch main display (among the largest main displays for camera phones)...What We Like:
- A 2600 mAh battery is a lot of juice
- The 13-megapixel !] and 5-megapixel (front) cameras.
- The 13-megapixel [!A 2600 mAh battery is a lot of juice
- The 5.5-inch main display makes up for the modest processor
#5. The Kyocera Hydro Vibe
Another take on their Hydro series, the Vibe sports mid-level specs along with signature Kyocera features...What We Like:
- The Smart Sonic Audio technology, which attempts to enhance call reception in noisy places
- The waterproof casing, allowing it to be used for rough outdoor activities
#6. The HTC Desire 510
Used to focusing on multimedia smartphones, HTC slides down a few notches here, apparently trying to bring their BlinkFeed- and LTE-enabled models to a lower price point...What We Like:
- 128GB worth of memory expansion is quite large, especially for the mid-range class
- The Dot View Retro case sounds like a stylish protective accessory
#7. The Kyocera Contact
Kyocera's Contact combines the classic candybar facade (a 2.4-inch screen atop an alphanumeric keypad) with a slide-out QWERTY form factor, probably to target users who still prefer to type text on a physical keyboard...What We Like:
- Having two different keypad forms caters to different texting or email preferences
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