Android smartphones come aplenty to date. Different offers in every category exists that it's impossible to miss a deal or two in shopping malls and online stores. With that said, prices relatively change. There are cheap, entry-level devices for the budget-oriented, while some of the high-end variety are for those who can spend. But now, there is no need to shell out huge sums of money just to get the android experience. Walmart is reportedly selling a pair of Android smartphones for a measly price of US$10.
Walmart is currently selling two LG phones, namely the LG Sunrise L15G and the LG Lucky 16G. Both handsets feature a 3.8-inch display with HVGA resolutions, a quad-core Snapdragon 200 chipset clocked at 1.2 GHz, half a gigabyte of RAM, a 3MP primary camera, a standard 1,540 mAh battery and 4GB of internal storage that comes with up to 1.15GB of usable space.
Both LG smartphones don't feature a front camera, so selfies and whatnot are out of the question. However, they do come with 4GB microSD card to expand the limited amount of internal storage. And if that's still not enough, the microSD card slot can support up to 32GB to make more space for multimedia.
For the operating system, both the Sunrise L15G and the Lucky 16G run the two-year old Android 4.4 KitKat. But LG's UI is one of the top softwares, so that should at least give a fresher look to the dated operating system's interface.
What is more, as a standard in Android smartphones, it also comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. However, it is important to note that the devices are both locked to Tracfone service. Even with an entry-level hardware, it also doesn't come with a contract, so anyone can get an android device without emptying their wallets.