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T-mobile offering the LG Leon LTE for $79
LG’s G4 flagship may be the topic on everyone’s mind at the moment but the company’s other devices are also quite popular. Announced back at MWC 2015, alongside the Magna, Spirit and Joy, the LG Leon is an entry-level device that launched on T-Mobile last month for $149 but for two days, it’s available for just under $80. As part of a special deal, the Leon LTE will cost you $79.92 between June 28 and June 30, which is almost half its normal price tag.
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The operator is also extending its data plan promotions until June 14; the 4 for $100 plan lets you connect four family members to LTE (with data limited to 2.5GB per line) for $100 per month while the 2 for $100 plan offers unlimited LTE data for two subscribers.
As a refresher, the LG Leon is an entry-level handset featuring a 4.5-inch IPS display with a paltry 480 x 854 pixels resolution and a low density of 218 pixels per inch. The Leon is powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and a microSD card expansion slot. Other notable specs include Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth 4.1, a 1900 mAh battery and a 5MP/8MP rear camera. LTE Cat 4 support lets you download data at up to 150Mbps on the go – when connected to a compatible network – and upload data at up to 50Mbps.
With T-Mobile’s Uncarrier constantly revealing new efforts to shake up the market, it’ll be interesting to see what the company do next. The Leon itself is an inexpensive smartphone that runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and despite its entry-level price tag, the handset is still a capable smartphone.
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