If there was a cheap smartphone out there, where can you get it from? Naturally, from a Walmart shop. Walmart sells cheapest smartphone out there on the market.
Remember that internet series with the guy that actually blended various household item? And that catch-phrase: “Will it blend?” What’s the catch to this? A simple question: will you give that guy your expensive smartphone if you knew that you could buy another one for just ten bucks? Yes! You heard right!
In order to attract more customers, Walmart has enriched his offer with this new gadget that you could get for $9.82. Before this phone caught everybody’s attention, there was another cheap gadget out there named Sunrise, from the LG phone producer. Shortly after the phone went extinct, so to say, another one took its place. The all new, shiny and everything, LG lucky, has everything a smartphone is supposed to have, plus it comes with a more than enticing price.
As we said before, anyone can go to Walmart and purchase their very own smartphone for just ten bucks. Isn’t that a treat? However, during the deluge that followed Walmart’s announcement, it would seem that the new Lucky LG16 is currently out of stock. But fret not, young smartphone user, because Walmart has thought of everything. In order to buy your very own cheap smartphone, all you have to is to pay a little visit to your local Walmart and subscribe to their newsletter. That way, when the phone becomes available, Walmart will send you a text message or an email, in order to come and pick up your little baby.
Walmart sells cheapest smartphone. Good for them! But how good is the smartphone? Let’s take q quick gander at the specs and see what’s up. First of all, let’s just say that this smartphone is design for a very small market niche. More specifically, the phone addresses people who don’t want to spend a great deal of money on smartphones or to those who tend to crack 2 or 3 phones per year.
And so we come to the glorious specs. The phone is fitted with a touchscreen display and it is powered up by a 1.2 GHz, dual-core processor. Lucky has a back camera capable of snapping 3-megapixel picture, and it doesn’t feature a frontal camera. Also, the device lacks LED flash, autofocus features, but you can still use it for video recording. The phone has WI-FI, 3G connection and it also packs a microSD car slot, which can support memory cards of up to 4 GB.