T-Mobile USA has announces its cheapest Android smartphone ever: the T-Mobile Concord. Manufactured by ZTE, the Concord will be offered only on no annual contract plans (including T-Mobile Monthly4G).
Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the Concord obviously has entry-level features: 3.5 inch HVGA display, Wi-Fi, and a 2MP rear camera.
The handset can be already bought at Walmart, which is offering it for $99.98 with its Walmart Family Mobile no annual contract plan. It will be available at T-Mobile starting August 26, for $99.99.
At 99.99, the Concord is not only T-Mobile’s cheapest Android phone, but also one of the cheapest you can find in the US at the moment.
Via Press release
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