Today the Alcatel OneTouch Fierce 2 has come to MetroPCS, a prepaid service owned by T-Mobile, it’s available for $50 after a $100 discount. This is a great phone for the money. Long battery life and excellent call quality. Great QHD screen. 5 inches is perfect! BTW, there is very low data space and the camera is kind of glitchy.
The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce 2 and Evolve 2 are now available at T-Mobile.
Alcatel Fierce 2 specs:
- $126 full retail price
- 5-inch qHD display
- 1.2Ghz quad-core processor
- 5 Megapixel Camera
- 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM
- Up to 32 GB Expandable Memory
- USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- Wi-Fi and Mobile Calling
- GPS enabled
- 5.55 x 2.83 x 0.39 inches
- 5.26 ounces
- Android 4.4
The T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 with Windows Phone 8.1 will be available online at www.t-mobile.com beginning July 9th for $0 down + $7 per month for 24 months with a postpaid T-Mobile Simple Choice plan. The Lumia 635 has no front camera, no flash, no proximity sensor, no ambient light sensor, no camera button, no capacitive Windows keys, 512MB RAM, and 8GB storage. It needed better specs or a significantly lower price, IMHO.
The MetroPCS Samsung Galaxy S5 is now on sale for $649.00 without an annual contract. It has great features, it’s easy to use, and the camera is awesome (even more awesome than the S4).
The Nokia Lumia 635 windows phone will be coming to T-Mobile this summer, AT&T will available later this year. The only thing that will stop me from picking this up is the lack of a flash for the camera. It can’t drive up the cost that much more.. Heck even the 710 had one. They would have better sales I think. When im out and about at night sometimes I use my phone for a shot & the flash is needed for it to come out right.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is basically the Galaxy S4 Advanced that came out last year running all the same specs as the S5, just missing 3 more megapixels and a finger print Scanner. I was expecting OIS, but is this helpful in real life? The back on the GS5 looks weird, but I guess it is something I have to hold in my hand to properly judge.