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10 August 2017, 01:42 | Dale Webster
T-Mobile's upcoming REVVL handset gets outed, pricing and availability confirmed
With this program, T-Mo wants to help customers find affordable smartphones "that are raising the bar in terms of features and specs".
@TMobileHelp also confirmed the T-Mobile REVVL will be priced at $125 outright, and available via JUMP! All of the phones on Smartpicks range from $5 to $8/month, and all of them will cost you $0 down. The T-Mobile Revvl is a decent-looking smartphone with some very nice features that will cost you $5 a month to lease from the carrier. For what the Revvl offers, it is not that shabby of a price, though the Moto E4 Plus, Moto G5 Plus, and others have shown to be solid alternatives.
The Revvl doesn't look awful! The REVVL will be available in select T-Mobile stores beginning August 10th. The front is clear of any carrier branding and it's nicely symmetrical with a pair of speaker grills and a good screen-to-body ratio.
T-Mobile Smartpicks has a dedicated webpage on T-Mo's website.
AT&T and T-Mobile this week are introducing new, cheaper smartphones and promoting financing plans for low-priced handsets to convince penny-pinching customers to upgrade. Also on the list is LG Aristo for $7 a month and ZTE ZMAX Pro for $8 a month. Regardless, you can get a cheap phone that (probably) doesn't suck. The Smartpicks plan operates just like the other Jump! The T-Mobile Revvl comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage, and a fingerprint sensor on the back. So while it may get security updates, it's unlikely you'll ever be able to install Android O or even 7.1 on the Revvl.
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