The T-Mobile iPhone 5 is now available for $99.99 down and 24 monthly installment payments of $20. This product has great features. Very well defined screen and a good fluid motion when going from app to app or screen to screen. The camera is also very good in that it carries an 8MP camera that has the HDR setting which it allows you to capture some nice photos. The only downside about the 5 has to be the battery.
iPhone 5 is an amazing piece of equipment! I’ve owned it for 2 months now I love the iPhone 5 it is slim, very light, fast. when i am on the go and have appointments and lots of scheduling this phone saves me from missing or forgetting important events.
T-Mobile iPhone 5 LTE 4G launches April 12th, $99 up front with 24 months of $20 payments. $99 + $20 x 24 = $580 (Unlocked). The iPhone 5 is a great phone. The high end HTC and Samsung phones are also great phones. Price transparency. You can now decide whether to purchase an unlocked phone elsewhere (e.g. the Google Play store) and bring it to T-Mobile for a discounted plan, or you can choose to buy a phone from T-mobile and spread the payments over time.
$99 + $20 x 24 = $580
The T-Mobile plan is categorically better, because it gives you options. Examples:
1) Decide you need to cancel mid-way through the installment plan? You pay a fee similar to the other carriers. Advantage: Even
2) Decide to immediately buy another subsidized phone? You will end up paying a similar amount over time. Advantage: Even
3) Decide there’s no phone you want to buy right away? Every month you wait you save $20. Advantage: T-Mobile
4) At the end of the contract you decide to buy the latest Nexus from the Google Play store and save significant $$ on your monthly plan cost. Advantage: T-Mobile
Even if you scenario 1 and 2 fit you the best, if your needs change (and they may well over the course of two years) you might find yourself saving money the T-Mobile way.
Polycarbonate? Bigger screen? This will attract users who prefer bigger screens on their phone. A lot of iPhone users, including myself, are very happy with the iPhone5′s 4 inch display. But who knows, Apple might pull off a design that would make a 4.5 display phone still comfortable on the hand and the pocket. So this Plastic 4.5″ iPhone is now fact and not a Rumor?
via BGR, AppleInsider, Macotakara (JP)
I like prototypes and actual hardware leaks but the internals drive me insane! I’d still like to see a UI refresh though. They need to have something ground breaking!!! iPhone with taller screen is a good addition but the UI is what I’m looking forward to! about that camera, why not use xenon flash.
via Phone Arena BGR