Verizon Wireless launches a new entry-level smartphone in the form of TCL SIGNA priced at $79.99. For $10 more, it offers better features than Cricket Wireless’ ALCATEL APPRISE, which was released earlier this month. The phone is already on sale on the carrier’s official websites/website-builder/" 51818 target="_blank">website and should be also available at its retail stores across the US.
The newly launched TCL SIGNA flaunts a 5.5-inch HD+ LCD panel with 18:9 aspect ratio and Asahi Dragontrail glass protection. Under the hood, it comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 chipset paired with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage with support for microSD card up to 256GB.
The phone is available in a single black color and its body is made of polycarbonate with stipe patterns mimicking fiber carbon. The right side of the device houses the volume rocker and the power key, whereas the left side includes a dedicated Google
The handset sports a single 8MP rear-facing camera accompanied by an LED flash and a 5MP selfie camera. For connectivity, it comes with 4G LTE, dual-band WiFi 5, Bluetooth 4.2, 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB Type-C port. Further, like most devices, it features a solo bottom-firing speaker and dual-microphones.
Last but not least, it runs Android 10 with bloatware from Verizon and gets its power from a 3,000mAh battery.
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