Virgin Mobile USA, one of Sprint’s prepayment subsidiaries, can not a popularity for selling the cream of Android crop, but when it comes to budget conscious models, Is nearly unbeatable network. The newest such handset to be up for grabs through Virgin is the Galaxy Ring.
It is by no means a high end gadget, but if all the information listed on Virgins website is accurate, The bang for the buck factor with will blow your mind. First phase, let’s declare it just price $179.99. Sans agreements, that is & Profit career fair with prepaid plans.
So what you think for 180 bucks you can get? A few Ice Cream Sandwich, a small low res display & the processor is pitiful single-core? Consider again. Samsung Galaxy Ring arrive with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a display 4-inch is not small and… wait for him … processor is quad-core 1.4 GHz.
Stay, I’m sorry??!? Quad-core speed on a $180 handset? It’s factual, or at least we have no reason to think it’s not true. Sure, the “quad” part might be a typo or a large confusion, but let’s be positive.
There’s no way the hit is a Snapdragon 600/any further high end devices, but still a 200 would afford yet extra speed than for below $ 200 you ever dreamed of getting.
As for the comfort of specifications, that 4 inch board is entitled, Not a good sign, but the 1 GB of RAM noise amazing, the 5 mega-pixel/1.3 mega-pixel cameras are quite nice also, Bluetooth 4.0 support. unhappily, the battery is good (1,750 mAh), its internal memory is only 4 GB (expandable via MicroSD card) and 4G LTE is completely missing.