The folks over at AT&T know that people would love to have newer or better smartphones compared to what they hold in their hands at the moment, but there are many out there who simply cannot afford to pick up a new handset, and are using an ancient feature phone still – especially for the older folks. Perhaps something in the mid-tier range that still has some of the latest bells and whistles will do? Enter the LG Phoenix 2 from AT&T, which is a totally new Android-powered handset that will take over the original LG Phoenix.
Its predecessor is old – really, really old, being launched all the way back in 2011. The LG Phoenix 2 will share a very strong resemblance with that of the LG Tribute 5, and it can be picked up from AT&T with some pretty spiffy features in tow, that is for sure. For instance, there will be the Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system that keeps it chugging along, a 5” High Definition (720 x 1280 pixels) display, 1GB of RAM, a quad-core Snapdragon 210 processor, a 5MP selfie shooter, an 8MP camera at the back, and a 2,125 mAh battery.
The LG Phoenix 2 ought to be able to be picked up later today via online in the form of a GoPhone from AT&T.com, with an asking price of $99.99 a pop. [Press Release]
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