Review: Coolpad Quattro 4G for MetroPCS
Coolpad's first smartphone for the U.S. lands at MetroPCS. The Quattro 4G has LTE, a 4-inch display, and attitude to spare. Phone Scoop lets you know how the Quattro compares to other phones in MetroPCS's lineup.
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MetroPCS offers a handful of budget-friendly LTE 4G smartphones, and Coolpad Americas' Quattro 4G is the latest. The Quattro includes LTE, a 4-inch screen - and of course Android - all bundled in an affordable package.
Review: Coolpad Canvas for Cricket Wireless
The Canvas from Coolpad is one of the least expensive handsets in Cricket's lineup of Android smartphone. It boasts a large display, 8-megapixel camera, and Snapdragon processor.
Review: Coolpad Defiant for T-Mobile
Coolpad's low-cost Defiant is an entry-level device sold by T-Mobile. Some aspects of this Android handset are great, but it is held back by some egregious missteps.
Review: Kyocera DuraXE for AT&T
Kyocera's latest rugged clamshell for AT&T boasts LTE and mobile hotspot powers, in addition to its in-your-face attitude and truck-like build. This compact phone may include only the most elemental functions, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Review: Coolpad Catalyst for T-Mobile
Coolpad is back with another handset for T-Mobile. The Catalyst is a low-cost Android smartphone for novice or older users.
Review: Coolpad Conjr
Coolpad's latest smartphone for the U.S. is the Conjr, a low-cost Android handset that's sold unlocked.
Coolpad, Activa, or the LG Motion...???
Coolpad has a big screen and great call quality, which is important in poor wireless coverage area.
LG? Not sure, my friends bought one and seems slow in processing, opening apps or check emails.